Monday, July 18, 2011

Book worms

As I've mentioned before, the girls LOVE books. If they had it their way, we would be sitting and reading to them for HOURS each day. Grammy brings the girls to the library once a week, which is favorite outing. They definitely inherited this from me. I remember asking my parents to bring me to the library ALL THE TIME when I was younger and they always did.

So much can be learned from books, and I don't necessarily mean textbooks. I'm happy and hopeful that the girls will continue to be bookworms. Although they can't quite read just yet, they are well on their way. It's going to be interesting when they discover that the sign at the playground doesn't say "Don't pick up the wood chips."

When I arrived home from work the other night, Grammy was reading to the girls. I snapped off these pictures. Trust me when I tell you that they were exhausted, which you can see on their little faces. (Oh, their little faces also needed to be cleaned too.)












And then Anna took a picture of me!


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Marcia (123 blog) said...

oh my word, these pics are breathtaking! I love that last one of Anna :)

PS my word verification is facial - is that confirmation for you to indulge yourself? :)

Beth said...

I loved the pics! I've been a bookworm since I was a kid, and I owe that all to my great grandmother. She would read me books constantly whenever I stayed with her. I love reading still :)

Oh and I saw this today and thought you should see!
15$ with shipping, I think it would normally cost over 90$, and I figured your girls would love it if you wanted to get it for their rooms? Just thought I'd show you!

Katlyn said...

Oh how adorable are those sweet little faces. I never get tired of looking at them! I love the crumbs on their faces - makes it even sweeter in my opinion!

Dawn Marie said...

your girls are beautiful! I think being a bookworm is the best way to be, maybe I'm prejudiced since I am one myself.

Jayme said...

I love little readers!

And the ringlets... to die for :)