Updated: Dec 12, 2020
📚 Reading is a very important part of child development. It helps your child develop language skills, listening skills and early literacy skills. Also, think about all of the bonding time and connection you will make simply by sitting down and reading a book together. 📖
Experts suggest reading to your child daily and I couldn't agree more! Start reading to your child from day 1. I've started reading to Kianna and Ian from day 1. It is so important to include reading into your daily activities. I see baby Alita so alert when Amber is reading to her and it reminds me of how much a newborn is taking in. And it is so cute to watch her turn her head when Amber turns the pages. So don't wait to read at all.
Reading time doesn't have to restrict only to bedtime. Although, reading is a part of our night time routine. 🌙 💤
Cuddle your little ones and start to read or enjoy a story time with us.
"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go." - Dr. Seuss
🎃 Halloween story: Boo (A Book of Spooky Surprises) 💀👻🧙♂️
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Enjoy and have fun while learning! 🥰