Monday, March 2, 2009

National Reading Day

For National Reading Day, and in celebration of Dr. Seuss, we read all day!
Here is the reading cave....

And here are the readers..................


What a lovely and quiet day this has been! Happy birthday Doctor Seuss, we miss you.

10 comments:

jumbleberryjam said...

Love the reading cave! I really need to learn to make better forts/caves. :-) How old is your youngest reader? My DS (27 mo) loves to be read to, but won't even so much as pick up a book to look at it himself. I'm desperately hoping this will change over time!

dongdong said...

so cute.

Ciara said...

What a lovely place you have here! Thanks for your sweet words on my blog. My main one is Milkmoon, but I guess I just have too many things to fit into one!

I love the view from your window. There's something to be said for stopping and looking, at something so familiar, and really seeing it again. I did this for one year, took a picture of my view, just finished this Jan. It was an amazing thing to do! If you'd like to have a look, check it out on my Year At My Back Door blog.

And by the way, we are BIG Dr. Suess fans here too! What a lovely day you had. :-)

RunninL8 said...

We,ve been enjoying the Wonderful Adventures of Nils-wish I had thought of the fort idea!

Crunchy Christian Mom said...

I love your blog! I read this post and you inspired us to get out our own Dr. Suess books and read for awhile. My boys' favorite is Fox in Socks -- when I read it as fast as I can!

Erin said...

Hi, I'm happy we have found each other! Thank you for visiting my blog.. I look forward to reading your posts as well. :) Making tents and caves out of blankets is one of our favorite things to do. (In case you haven't already noticed from my photos.. ha!) And I love Dr. Seuss.

Tammy said...

Ten Apples Up on Top is one of my favorite children's books. Looks like you had a fun day! :)

Anet said...

Very cozy!
We read about a dozen books yesterday. No math!
Your cat looks alot like my Boo.
Looks like your kitty likes stories read to him/her too:)

Lisa said...

We call the black kitty Charm, we have a smaller female named Pixie Vixen....we call the both of them together "The Inkspots," in dedication to my brother in-law's beloved grandmother. The inkspots are anywhere the girls are, it's cute, they homeschool too!

kristen said...

I just love your blog! I'm always so excited to connect with other home schooling moms!