You Are My I Love You

You Are My I Love You[Download] ➻ You Are My I Love You By Maryann Cusimano Love – Heartforum.co.uk This joyful celebration of the love shared between parent and child is now available in an oversized board book edition! Perfect for new parents, baby showers, christenings, and sharing at bedtime My I PDF/EPUB é between parent and child is now available in an oversized board book edition! Perfect for new parents, You Are PDF/EPUB ² baby showers, christenings, and sharing at bedtime I am your parent; you are my childI am your quiet place; you are my wildI am your Are My I ePUB ↠ favorite book; you are my new linesI am your nightlight; you are my starshineA day in the life of aparent and child is full of smiles and giggles, messes and mistakes, but importantly, lots of love With simple rhyming verse and playful illustrations, this celebration of the bond between parent and child from Maryann Cusimano Love, and beautiful illustrations by Satomi Ichikawa now comes in an oversized board book edition.

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  • Board Book
  • 28 pages
  • You Are My I Love You
  • Maryann Cusimano Love
  • 20 November 2019
  • 9781984812575

10 thoughts on “You Are My I Love You

  1. Calista says:

    This is a very sentimental book and it got me. Everything is about the opposites or yin and yang between parent and child. ex. I am you quiet place; you are my wild. I am not a parent, but even just being an aunt, I see how these relationships fit in just like this book is saying. The two can be the perfect compliment and also not, it all depends on what the parent puts into it.

    As someone who doesn't have children, this tugs at that deep longing inside them. I have been around two wild kids and I know how much can be consumed by fighting and tantrums and sleepless nights. Parenting is the hardest job in the world, but there is still something in me that longs for it. Children are brutal, but those moments of gold somehow make it all worth it.

    I know this book is a beginner book and meant for the best parts of child rearing and it is overly sentimental and despite all that, it still made me feel and tear up just a little. It's a good book.

  2. Sara says:

    I stood in B&N reading this book and a single, silent tear escaped down my cheek. I wasn't even pregnant at the time. Now, two babies later, the book touches me in places that it couldn't when I first read it, simply because I had never been there.

    You are my first wish.... every time I read that line to my son as he squirms in my lap, my eyes still well with tears. The book will, hopefully, one day convey the things to him that I cannot so eloquently say.

  3. Kara says:

    The first time I read this book I admit that I cried. A sweet story, nicely rhymed and beautifully illustrated, describing the relationship between a parent and a child.

    My little boy loves this story and we read it nearly every night. I still sometimes get teary eyed as I read things that applied to my day or my feelings towards my little man.

    A gentle reminder that I am the parent and should bring calm, order and comfort to my child while also enjoying the chaos and wonder that my child brings to my life.

    Some of my favorite lines...

    I am your parent; you are my child.
    I am your quiet place; you are my wild.

    I am your dinner; you are my chocolate cake.
    I am your bedtime; you are my wide awake.

    I am your lullaby; you are my peekaboo.
    I am your good-night kiss; you are my I love you.

  4. Kathryn says:

    A very sweet story with a beautiful concept--highlighting the parent-child bond. The poetry flows well, the illustrations are cuddly--it's almost TOO precious, but manages not to teeter over the brink. I'm looking forward to revisiting this once I become a parent as I imagine I would appreciate it even more then! :-)

  5. Bingsy Bings says:

    I've given this at baby showers several times over the last month, just because I think it such a lovely sentiment for first time parents to ponder, you know, even before it officially begins.

    The poetry is beautiful. I read it aloud to my 8th grade class during the poetry unit, and at one point I could hear one of the more popular students mumble, That's tight. They totally got simile and metaphor so much more because of it. It also touches on the concepts of complements, etc. There's just a lot you could do with it.

    I think it's a better Love You Forever. It's just as sweet without the whole sadness of watching a momma grow old. It's just the current parent/child moment.

    I know this does, as one previous reviewer pointed out, fall into the category of books that appeal to the parents and not necessarily the child, but not every book has to be 100% developmentally friendly. If they did, babies would only be looking at books that were pictures of other babies for a good long time. But instead babies get read to of things they don't fully understand yet but eventually they will. Until then they love being on their loved one's lap and listening to the sounds of their voice and the spoken words. Eventually the words will gain meaning. And anyway, if it means something to the parent at that time it has value because it establishes a positive connection to the written and spoken word right from the start.

  6. Allyse says:

    I was invited to a babyshower for a dad and his little girl to be. I went looking for a book that either was about father and daughter or non-gendered. All the typical classics like Guess How Much and I'll love you forever are very gender specific and it was hard to find one with daddy and daughter. I liked that this was a dad, and even thought I wasn't sure if it was a girl or boy little bear...I did like that it could be either! I liked the metaphors about the relationship between the child and parent relationship. I don't have any little ones myself and I cried a little. It's lovely and different and I hope that the couple I gave it to appreciates it as I did.

  7. Krista says:

    We love this book as a mom, You Are My I Love You by Maryann Cusimano and Satomi Ichikawa pulls at the heart strings making you read as you smile with every word. Because as Moms the titles says it all. They are our I Love Yous! This is a cute book that takes a little bear and what looks like his dad on a little journey though playtime, bath time and a day with cute little rhymes that tell us how we love them.

    I loved this book, so much I gave it to my Best Friend when she found out she was pregnant!!

  8. Jann Barber says:

    I learned of this book from a friend on Tumblr when she posted about it, so I bought it. I have never had children, but I was once a child. The words touched me and opened up all of the feels.

    The illustrations for each grouping of thoughts are of an elder teddy bear and the child bear. The rhymes are simple, but the feelings are huge.

    I am your water wings, you are my deep.
    I am your open arms, you are my running leap.

    I have copies of many of my favorite childhood books. This is a new book for me, but it is already a favorite.

  9. Taylor Kundel-Gower says:

    Love this sappy shit. *wipes tear*

  10. Jessica says:

    This is my new FAVORITE children’s book!

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