0 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! How/When do you read to your baby?We love the chunky Dr. Seuss board books (Hop on Pop is fave). I established a reading before bedtime routine very early with my daughters that we continue today - they are 2.5 and 6. <br /><br />At least ONE Dr. Seuss book is in the mix of their "3-book" selection.<br /><br />Are you reading to your baby? What are your fave books? I also love the touch and feel books for little ones...<br /><br />Haylen <br /><br />p.s. It's <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.nea.org/readacross">Read Across America Day</a> too!
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