The Books of My Childhood That I Wish I Had Kept

The Lily Cafe

Last week I wrote about how I select the books my husband and I read to our toddler.

The best part of blogging is getting to “meet” so many fantastic people all over the world.

How do those sentences even go together?!

Yes more blogs is a wonderful blog I’ve been following for at least a few weeks now. If you haven’t yet, you should definitely take a read and give a follow! Anyways, we had a lovely conversation about reading to our children and it sparked a memory of some childhood books that I absolutely adored.

Ten years ago I thought I was never going to be a mom. Ten years ago I was finishing my junior year of college and had the world at my fingertips. I had dreams and big plans. I didn’t know I was just a few months away from meeting my husband and deciding…

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