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Making Time To Read With Your Children

Making Time To Read With Your Children

Guess what? It’s March, otherwise known as National Reading Month. So my friends at Bookroo are sharing a post today about making the commitment to read with your children. And they’ve got exciting news about their free reading tool and their awesome giveaways this month! Happy Reading! My 12-year old brother is a voracious reader. He… Continue Reading

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Things I’m Lovin’: Bookroo, Bows, and Bitty Shorts

Things I’m Lovin’: Bookroo, Bows, and Bitty Shorts

I’ve decided to share some of my favorite things every now and then (since I’m such a trendsetter, lol). For this first edition of stuff I love, I’m featuring a book subscription service for kiddos, adorable hair bows from an awesome Etsy shop, and the next big (but super tiny) thing in swimwear. Plus, I’ve… Continue Reading

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A Book-Themed Gender Reveal for Baby Barber

A Book-Themed Gender Reveal for Baby Barber

My sister is having a boy!! Last Sunday, Roberta and Bobby hosted a book-themed gender reveal brunch and finally shared the news with family and friends. I’m so excited to have my first nephew and another little boy in the family. Roberta is a school librarian and book lover (you might remember her very popular… Continue Reading

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Literary Love: A Book-Themed Bridal Shower

Literary Love: A Book-Themed Bridal Shower

Another one for the “books”! We threw a perfect shower for Roberta, my second and last sister to get married. My younger sis is a true bibliophile (i.e. lover of books). She’s an English teacher studying to become a librarian. So this bride-to-be clearly needed a book-themed shower. And since I love books almost as… Continue Reading

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