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May 11, 2010

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she has already made that incredible leap between shapes and sounds, letters and words, stories and books.

Darby Lohrding

Jen,
What a heartfelt and honest post! I love your oservations!
Thanks for sharing,
Darby
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bermudaonion (Kathy)

Boy, does that bring back memories! Vance got so hung up on one book, I hid it for a couple of weeks one time. (I'm not proud of it, but I had to in order to keep my sanity!)

Kelly McDermott-Bay

love the cover of this book, and I am glad she changed it to match the cover of her previous book.
Kelly Bookend Diaries
http://bookenddiaries.blogspot.com

Martha D

My husband and I read "The Cat in the Hat" to my daughter (who just completed her first year at college) so often that we had it memorized. We thought we were so clever because we could close our eyes and rest a bit while we "read" to her. But then she would say "You're not turning the pages in the right place". She really had us.

Since now both my little ones are big ones I sure do miss those bedtime story days.

Jen

What a great post - thanks for writing it :) It really cheered me up.

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