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Becoming Bookish

My daughter, Berlin, in sock monkey pajamas surrounded by her Baby Einstein books this morning. She's finally caught the book bug. She tells me all about the pictures and letters she sees and demands to be read to constantly.



Yat-Yee said...

I remember when I realized my daughter would be a bookworm and how warm I felt all over.

I enjoy reading your blog.

Casey Something said...

Thank you, Yat-Yee.

She's always loved the pictures but would NOT let me read to her (she'd actually get mad, little booger) so it makes me incredibly happy she's finally interested.

Now she gets mad when I stop. Oh, the extremes of toddlerhood.

: )

PJ Hoover said...

Very nice! She's darling!

Keri Mikulski said...

Awe!!! :) Too cute.

Shelli (srjohannes) said...

love it when you can finally get them in your lap to listen :)

Heather Hansen said...

SOOOOOOO CUTE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Elana Johnson said...

How stinkin' cute is that? And Berline is a darling name!

Casey Something said...

Thanks everyone!

Sheri Perl-Oshins said...

Casey??? Is that YOU??? Beyond the eye!!! I love it!

Ah, books! When our children discover our passion, it is such a special moment, isn't it???

kah said...


Rebecca Gomez said...

When my son was two he wouldn't let me read to him. Until one day when I made him sit and listen to The Monster at the End of this Book.

I had to read it five more times. :-)