Today is a guest post from one of my very best friends, Sam! When in life, besides childhood and mom-hood, is it a good time to dive into children’s books? Short answer: always. My current life situation answer: right now. My husband and I just recently moved across the country. Last year it was normal […]
When we moved into our fixer-upper last fall, the first (and only) piece of furniture that went in what would become the nursery was our largest bookshelf. Before we had figured out a crib, or a rocking chair, or a place to change diapers, I was determined that this little girl needed our largest bookshelf […]
Have you ever met a new or expectant parent who didn’t think their child would grow up to be marvelous? Whatever their idea of “wonderful” might be, most parents hold their newborns in their arms and marvel at the magnificent, delightful human beings they are sure they will become.
Hello, all! It has been quite a long time since I posted anything here. I’ve had a few months full of crazy life changes that have left me happy, overwhelmed, and short on time for reading and blogging.
If you follow the blog, you know I read an absurd amount of books. In fact, the main feedback I get here is that people feel like I’m recommending more books than their reading habits can sustain. People frequently ask how I can read so many books.
In which Harry is begrudgingly included in Dudley’s birthday visit to the zoo and is sadly really happy about eating a lemon pop. He spoils a good thing by talking to a snake and somehow sets it free from its exhibit. Also, the Dursleys continue to be the worst.