TSS: January 2013: Monthly Recap

Reading/Blogging

January wasn’t my best reading month ever. But it also wasn’t my worst. Still trying to figure out when to squeeze in some reading. I read:

In addition, I reviewed:

I also shared my favorite books of 2012, my husband’s favorite books of 2012, my top posts of 2012, and my stats from 2012. I wrapped up my Read My On Books challenge and revealed my new look. Take a look around; I added new pages to go with the new look.

Baby

Evan is, somehow, 8 months old. Can you believe it? He’s crawling, pulling himself up, and starting to cruise the furniture. He is loving solids, and already has 8 teeth. Here is a photo of him at a birthday part last week:

How has 2013 been for you so far?

 

4 thoughts on “TSS: January 2013: Monthly Recap

  1. Helen Murdoch February 3, 2013 / 12:02 pm

    I’ve only read one Jacqueline Winspear, but really enjoyed it. And I love seeing Evan grow, what a fun age as they learn to navigate movement and communication!

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  2. Bryan February 4, 2013 / 7:53 am

    2013 so far has been OK, not great yet, but it’s early. 🙂 In terms of reading, it wasn’t bad as I read seven books in January and am starting on another large (not too large, though, this time) one with The Shining by Stephen King.

    I really, really like your new design here, including the new pages. Very, very nicely done.

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  3. Lindsey February 4, 2013 / 8:43 pm

    Oh my goodness – what a cutiepie!

    Jaqueline Winspear is one of those authors I have been meaning to read for forever. Do you find the audio better than the print versions?

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