Maybe I did, maybe I didn’t

Maybe earlier today I posted something very strange about how much I love to read. I may have mentioned crying because someone I know doesn’t really like reading and hasn’t read very much.  Someone I know who does read may have said I sounded like I was pregnant because I was very emotional. Maybe.

Well, I took the post down because now I really feel like a goof ball. 🙂

3 thoughts on “Maybe I did, maybe I didn’t

  1. For the record, I didn’t think you sounded emotional. It’s obviously something that’s important to you, and that’s not something to be embarrassed about! (I will say that after some of your recent posts about becoming a family of 6, I find it interesting that you mention pregnancy… *grin*)

    I’m guessing H is a big fiction reader. As your little man becomes more of an autonomous reader, are you prepared for the likelihood that he’ll gravitate toward non-fiction? I’ve tried to get my fluent reader interested in Roald Dahl, Beverly Cleary, even the Magic Treehouse series (*gag*), but he’s always preferred non-fiction. I think that’s a frequent occurence for boys. If your little guy does the same, will it bother you?

  2. Jeanna (Beaner) says:

    I love to read – mostly fiction, as it is my own little for of escape-ism! My kids are great readers, but they don’t often pick up a book unless prompted. Even books that they LOVE. This kills me. I didn’t read your post, but from personal experience, I just want my kids to love & enjoy the things that I love & enjoy also. (In short, didn’t I make mini-mes???)
    Also…..what’s this about pregnancy????????? Are you prepared to give a statement????

  3. Kelly says:

    As a fellow bibliophile, I really enjoyed your other post and agree that it just showed your passion for something that is important. I’d love to hear more of your thoughts on stories and the role they play in our lives. 🙂

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