My DS is one I hardly ever read to him. I hate reading out loud. It makes me yawn which makes it even harder to do. Am I giving him a future disadvantage?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 11:29 AM on May. 26, 2009 in General Parenting
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I read to my son each and every day...he is 2 years old and I have read to him since he was an infant and I think that is why he loves books so much. My mom always read to me (from as young an age as I can remember) and I thank her greatly for that because I could read before I was in Kindergarten, and now as an adult I enjoy books so much. I hope that with mine and my husbands encouragement my son will continue to enjoy books as much as we do. I think books encourage imagination much more than television does. That is just my opinion though.
Answer by SecretSuzy at 12:18 PM on May. 26, 2009
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