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Raising A Bookworm

Raising A Bookworm

This is what happens when you love to read, when one of your fondest childhood memories is the Mister Men and Little Miss books by Roger Hargreaves and when you go a little overboard upon learning that you are pregnant…


Thirty-something year old discovering the joys and bumps of motherhood.

12 thoughts on “Raising A Bookworm

    1. Thanks! And yes, they are amazing (well, I think so anyways lol)! Hope you can get a few for little dino! (By the way, can’t wait to hear the name you two chose; not very nice letting us hang like that :P).

  1. Virtual standing ovation! Yup, we are trying to pass the love of reading onto our guy too πŸ™‚ I am enjoying the Boynton books since they are so melodic – haven’t gotten any of these yet, but I presume we will – they are so cute.

    1. Those Boynton books look really interesting! Perhaps I’ll steal your idea and get a few for my little dude as well hehe. I could definitely do with a few English books around the house so that he can tune his ear in to the language whilst he is still young.

  2. That is great! One of the things I am so thankful for is that my parents saved all of my old books so now my son has enough to start his own library.(if only he wanted to read them on his own now)

    1. Thank you! I bet Mr. Tickle was a favourite because of the tickles that ensued during the story? So far, my son likes to taste them more than anything else, but then again, he’s only 6 months old :D. I can’t wait to see which one he’ll love! I remember loving Little Miss Magic as a child.

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