Friday, November 8, 2013
Celebrate the small things
Celebrate the Small Things is the fun weekly meme hosted by Viklit @ Scribblings of an Aspiring Author, where bloggers share things they wish to celebrate, and then hop around to other bloggers to rejoice in their celebrations, too. :) Go HERE to sign up and join the celebration!
**My 16 year old is helping my husband coach basketball for fifth graders, which my 10 yr old is on. I'm so excited because this will give my son coaching experience as well as grow stronger bonds with his dad and his brother. Awesome!
**Slippers. Sound like an odd thing to celebrate, right? Well, in the early morning, they are a lifesaver, because bare feet on cold hardwood....shivers.
**Now that my 1st grader knows how to read, he took over the "before bedtime" reading and reads to me. I'm so proud of him and how he loves to read. He's doing a great job! I do hope to sneak in reading to him here and there because I love that! Especially his facial expressions when I try to do different voices to match the characters in the story. :)
What are your celebrations for the week?
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Aww! These are great celebrations! Slippers are pretty cool!ReplyDelete
All these are wonderful! Slippers are awesome, even on carpet. I love that your 1st grader is reading to you!ReplyDelete
I love my slippers, I don't know what I'd do without them! Have a great weekend :)ReplyDelete
That will be great experience for your oldest son, as well as some good bonding time.ReplyDelete
A proud Mom and slippers - works for me!ReplyDelete
Hate cold feet, love slippers. Sounds like the families working together with basketball which is wonderful. Congrats to your 1st grader.ReplyDelete
It's great your husband and two sons will be together in basketball - real bonding time. Slippers. Word. I love the knitted sock kind - warm and fuzzy. So cute about being read to by your little boy! Have a great weekend. :-)ReplyDelete
Slippers are a GREAT celebration. How fab your husband and two sons all working together!ReplyDelete
All worthy celebrations. I would guess that your child reading when you aspire to writing must be an especially special gift. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete