Are there any mom bloggers out there who are interested in reading and writing with babies and toddlers?

Hi All!
My blog is about reading and writing with babies and toddlers. I am an instructor at Columbia University in NYC and a new mom! I've been blogging about how to support babies and toddlers as readers and writers.  My blog has lots of suggestions for things to do, as well as titles of great kid books for little readers!

I would love to interview some moms.  Reply to this post if you're interested!

Swing by my blog to check it out!  I'm not selling anything or advertising anything on my blog. It is purely for information and enjoyment! Let me know what you think!

Beth (and Baby L., 8 months old already!)

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This sounds wonderful! Please contact me if you want more info from me. My little Murphy Man is 7 months old. We love to read to him and he enjoys going to the library. I even entered him in the infants and toddlers reading club there.

Check out my new post-- I'm compiling a list of ideas for reading with babies and toddlers from all my blogging friends.

Have fun reading!

Beth & Lily, 9 months




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