Baby Reads


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With two new babies here or on their way this year for my family, I’ve reacquainted myself with some of my old favorites:

Peek-a-Moo! by Maria Torres Cimarusti has wonderfully bright and big faces for babies to see and react to.  I always try to find this and give it as a first-baby gift.

If You Were My Bunny by Kate McMullan was given to me as a gift for my two daughters.  The re-worded lullabies have now become my repertoire for putting both my girls to sleep to this day, ten years later!

Sweet Dreams Taggie Book by Kaori Watanabe was not out when my babies were first born, but I wish it had been!  I love something tactile for babies to feel and the tags are great for teaching little hands to grasp and pull.


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An avid reader of practically anything and trying to share that passion with my kids and anyone else that will listen!

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