To round out an ENTIRE WEEK OF DAILY POSTS, I am going to try a new just-for-fun Friday series, sharing Evan’s favorite book of the moment.
This week’s obsession is:
The other night, I read this to E four times in a row after Ben read it six times in a row.
It’s a silly little Doctor Seuss book about opposites and the different kinds of “feet you meet.” My favorite part about reading this one is that Evan seriously believes I just skip the word “foot” in the first page.
This page always goes like this:
Me: Left foot. Right foot. Left foot. Right. Evan: Foot.
Every. Single. Time. Apparently he thinks I’m pulling one of my pause-and-see-if-Evan-will-supply-the-word tricks. He can’t be convinced otherwise.
What book are your kids demanding this week? Or what book do you have fond (or not so fond) memories of reading with your kids or parents?
I have a 2 and 1/2 year old boy, and he loves construction vehicles. Our favorite book right now is Mighty Dads, by Joan Holub and James Dean.