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Moment of the Week – 138 – “Reading”

Some kids can already read at this age, but mine are still working on it. For now, they “read the pictures” and tell each other stories. Advertisements

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Just the Messenger RELEASED

In case you were unaware, in one of my five lives, I’m a romance novelist. And in that life, a book of mine has just been released (and I’m super proud of it.) Spy thriller and erotic romance Just the … Continue reading

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Guest Blog and GIVEAWAY

Today I am fortunate enough to have been able to guest blog for Crystal at Reading Between the Wines. I talk a little bit about what makes a good hero (they’re harder to come up with than you think.)   More … Continue reading

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Nap Time? Read a Book.

So many times we complain that we are losing ourselves. As parents, our journey through the toddler years is intense and it can seem as if we’ll never make it through. The days fly by but the hours drag out. … Continue reading

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Mama, Will You Read Me a Story? – Guest Post

Oral reading through history has been vital to the evolution of society.  It was first and foremost a means of enculturation.  The cultures, belief, folktales, laws and mores of a society were passed to each generation through the stories that … Continue reading

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Moment of the Week – 52: Read, Always Read

Lull in the action? Read!   http://parentwin.blogspot.com/2011/07/moment-of-week-52-read-always-read.html

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Moment of the Week – 17

Is there anything cuter than reading babies? 

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Moment of the Week – 15

Natalina knows the ending to Chicka Chicka Boom Boom!

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Overcoming Inertia

Get up.  I’m serious, get up right now.  Or, maybe after you finish reading this blog, but certainly after you check your email – wait, what’s the New York Times’ top story today?  And didn’t you want to check that … Continue reading

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Don’t Mention It

The best baby books to read before naptime are those that contain objects toddlers like, but have never had or seen. Trains are a great example for us. My babies babble in delight at the picture of a train, make the choo choo sound and happily move on as they have no idea that a train actually exists in three dimensions. Continue reading

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