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2020 Mom blogger, Parenting Influencer and professional photographer 2020 Mom blogger, Parenting Influencer and professional photographer

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January Reads 📚 The Year of Billy Miller and Oh, Sal by Kevin Henkes - My boys love the Miller family. The books are written from second grader Billy Miller and his little sister Sal’s point of view. It’s just everyday life to us, but day to day life with kids is so much more - the magic of everyday. Billy Miller Makes a Wish is on our February wishlist. Astrophysics for Young People in a Hurry by Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Oli has been a NDT fan for as long as I can remember. I think it started with his Cosmos series, Neil took a spaceship through a wormhole and I would be surprised if it wasn’t a core memory for him. The book is written for an older age group than 6 and 7. But we read it together, and with a little added explanation from me - the boys handled it well and asked so many BIG questions. I also learned so much. Unstoppable Us by Yuval Noah Harari - I already wrote about this one a couple of weeks ago. But all the opposable thumbs up. The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein - Matt read this one with the boys, they love it. It’s a classic but I don’t like it. Big Thinkers and Big Ideas - An Introduction to Eastern and Western Philosophy for Kids by Sharon Kaye, PHD. This one was a bit advanced for the boys. We skipped around and found parts that were understandable for the boys and will keep it on the bookshelf to revisit as their brains mature. They did enjoy some of the thought experiments and I do find myself googling thought experiments in the car to discuss. Big Ideas for Curious Minds: An Introduction to Philosophy by the School of Life. This was marked 9+ but I think younger readers will be okay as long as you read it together. There were like 26 big ideas followed by the philosopher who worked on the idea. I loved how it compared the big ideas to children’s daily struggles. There’s also a chapter on nagging, you should probably skip it if you don’t want your kid to call you a nag. What’s the Point of Math by Ben Ffrancon Davies and Junaid Mubeen is the bottom book that is covered by little hands. The boy’s big sister Piper is a math genius. I bought it for her to read with them and do some of the experiments.📚

We may be #wintroverts ❄️ wake us up when it’s warmer out there? Please?

Happy 2023, sorry I'm late. We did reading resolutions this year. None of that nonsense body shaming stuff for us. Milo is still loving Unstoppable Us by @yuval_noah_harari - After we started reading it together, I realized I read the adult version a few years ago when it was on Barack Obama's list and the kid's version is impressive. It's not dumbed down in any way, just explained using fun kid friendly words. Kids are smart, they understand big ideas. You can tell the author respects children, I love it. Oli and I started some Philosophy for Kids by Sharon Kaye, PHD last night. He's my questioner, SOOoo many questions in a day. It was nice to ask him some of the thought experiments in the book and watch his gears turning. Happy New Year Yall and Happy Reading! 📚

Although it’s been said many times many ways, merry Christmas to you ❤️

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