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Baby Books – Introducing Art to babies

Once you’re a mom … something happens to your brain. The nesting syndrome transforms into the hoarding syndrome and you end up with baby clothes, baby blankets, cloth diapers, toys, baby carriers and baby BOOKS!

BabyT has close to 100 baby books by now. Two shelf fulls and two big Amazon box fulls. We mostly read just 10 of those baby books very regularly, but we still continue to buy. We are #raisingareader after all and here is how we do it.

Baby books have been a great source of bonding for both babyT and us. Whenever he is feeling bored or wants to vie for our attention he runs to fetch a book from his playroom, insists to sit on my lap and says “Booka Booka” prodding me to keep my phone aside and read to him. As for me, if babyT is edgy and cranky and overstimulated, I know reading a baby book is what gets him to calm down and soothe himself again. Win for both parties. <3

I have always been keen to introduce babyT to art and museums and the sort. I even have an art teacher in mind for him once he is a little older. 🙂 But this past week I have been jumping with joy for this precious find on Amazon. Baby books about Art!

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It is a boxed set of 4 mini board books and features some of my favouritest artists – Monet and Van Gogh. But what I love and absolutely adore about these books is how beautifully they weave a story that would appeal to babies around the masterpiece artworks by these grand masters of Art.

I especially love In the Garden with Van Gogh . BabyT has taken a liking to Dancing with Degas. I guess he likes the movement, action and the rhythm in it.

If you are an art lover and want a really sweet and adorable way to introduce your littles to Art, then add these baby books to cart right now.

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55 Comments

  1. Thank you for this post. I totally understand the book hoarding scene….It took me a lot of courage to be able to let go and donate my daughter books to her school library and family. …there is a world out there for babies in terms of books, and I am totally into the set you have mentioned. Loving these reading related posts, keep them coming 🙂

  2. Books are a great way to bond! We too have a huge collection. My kids never get bored reading the same book! As much as I think of doing away with some, I just can’t considering their fondness for the same.

  3. I haven’t tried the mini masters series. To be honest, it looks quite good for toddlers also. Will get it for Karma.

  4. Such a lovely post. I am yet to introduce my kids to art and I think the references in your blog post will help me.
    Thanks a lot!

  5. This looks quite good even the name is catchy, Will look at them on amazon.

  6. Shipra Trivedi

    May 29, 2017 at 4:02 pm

    I love the post “B is for Books”. I feel you child is blessed to have this much of interest in books 🙂

  7. Thank you for sharing, the books seem really interesting and kudos to you for inculcating such a good habit!

  8. This is wonderful. Though my daughter is not a baby anymore but she is a lot into art and I wasn’t aware that Van Gogh painting could appeal to kids too. Thanks for this post, I shall look for Van Gogh painting and introduce them to her.

  9. ᏞIKE WHAT DADDY, TELL US, TELL US.? Bothh boys jumped upp and down eager to know how you can make God happy.

  10. We too are collecting books for Mithu from his childhood to set up a library for him. Raising a reader is the responsibility of all parents in this modern era.

  11. I am definitely adding this to cart! In fact all your book suggestions on Instagram are pinned in one note too !!

  12. Such a lovely post..Haven’t started the reading habit to my little one..Think i need to start it soon

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  13. I connect a lot with this post as even for me #booksarebabiesbestfriends .. thanks for sharing this new series..Will surely look for them 🙂

  14. Just loved the writeup. My child do have a reading habit. She loves reading especially the picture books.

  15. I love reading and I’ve started introducing books to my lil one at a very young age.
    Reading before bedtime is a must.
    Thanks for sharing!

  16. My babies ( not babies anymore) are a little outgrown for this, but I’m going to totally gift it to my niece!

    • mommyingbabyt

      June 15, 2017 at 12:41 am

      Oh these are way too advanced for #babyT. How old are your babies? They always will be babies won’t they? 😉

  17. What an evolved reader Baby T is. Thanks for the recommendation

  18. We are no where close to 100 somewhere in 30s…but our mums library here is helping us a lot….Will search for these thanks for sharing…

  19. Love this post! We are raising a reader too☺👍

  20. These books look really good. i could use these for my son too

  21. Thanks for introducing these books. I am going to check them out for sure.

  22. Thanks for this post dear. I too am a book lover and love buying books 🙂 So have added these to my list ..

    We have around 300 children books till now. So have our own little library. Hope to add this soon ..

  23. I think i love children’s books more than my children love them 😛
    I like the books in here, will surely try them!

    • mommyingbabyt

      June 18, 2017 at 11:15 pm

      So true. There are some books which i have bought for collection and hidden from babyT 😂😉

  24. Introducing your child to books as early as possible is the best way to connect with your child.

  25. 100 baby books!! wow baby T has his own library of sorts

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