Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Oh Vicki this is such a sweet post, but then with Josie as a subject they are always sweet. Love this kid! ❤️❤️
Kitchen things are good, but when combined with a library, what a great combination. And a wee bit of socialization for little ones that mainly have only big people around them until they start school (if they do)...unless there are a bunch of siblings of course. Anyway, Josie seems to enjoy this (understatement).
I'm so glad you are taking her to the library. I love to see kids attending library programs! I wish mine could come to more. It's so cool you are keeping her, teaching her, etc....
Libraries are ever so much more fun when you don't have to be quiet.
THIS is a fun place! Thank you!! (smiling)
Josie is getting more and more comfortable with play day. She interacts a little with other kids -- mainly by handing them stuff. I'm so glad they have this program -- she needs the socialization AND, when the play day is over, we go check out books for Josie -- another important thing. Our library has more programs for kids but I think most of them require a longer attention span than she had just now.
Very good that she’s getting social time with other little ones. She seems comfortable. And she looks so steady on her feet now. She’s growing up too fast!😀❤️
What a wonderful way to expose Josie to what's important in life. We would be so much better off if all children were exposed to knowledge and learning.
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