Another enthusiastic vote for The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry and the Big Hungry Bear! Both my children were probably 2 before they really appreciated it, but it's definitely a favorite. Goodnight Moon is, hands down, the under age 1 favorite. At each age range, the right number of words per page is very important, as is the melodic rhythm of the words you read. Bear Snores On is great at ages 2-3. Other favorites for repeated reading in our home: Rocket Town by Bob Logan, The Fire Engine Book (Little Golden Book), anything by Mo Willems.
Start A Library: Books for Baby's First Year
|2/26/13 12:14 PM|
Jonnifer, your idea for at least part-time day care is a good one. Just be prepared, both financially and with wait lists at day cares, to switch to more than just 3-days/week if the 3-day/week schedule does not work out as planned.
Making it Work: Working From Home
|2/19/13 2:19 PM|
We use the TJUSIG from Ikea .(http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/50152703/#/70152702)
Entryway Kids Shoe Storage: What's Your Solution?
|2/12/13 3:15 PM|