My blog reached 100 followers today, which I’m pretty excited about!
That may not be the most gigantumous number on The Internet, but I’m pretty excited about it.
Celebrating milestones are a great way to stay motivated after all.
Next goal: reach that number of likes on my Facebook page: Roaming Rosie Remix.
Now, if you will excuse me, I’ve got some bunny-shaped spice cookies in the kitchen that aren’t going to bake themselves. :)
Well, I’ve gone and done it.
I made myself a Facebook page.
I mean, why not, right? I spend so much time on there anyway: posting pictures of my kids, posting articles on my realtor page, reading articles my friends post about making organic homemade toothpaste, ignoring political posts, watching funny videos of cats….
Anyway, my point is that I’ve created a page for my Roaming Rosie persona where I can share cool things that I might not otherwise write a blog post about.
Or things about which I might not otherwise write a blog post. Whichever of those sentences is less aggravating to you.
So check out Roaming Rosie Remix, and “rock” me.
I mean, “like” me.
Because everyone can use more funny videos of cats in their life.
Harry likes to get dirty and he hates taking baths. Typical
man dog. :)
Anyway, this is a much requested book in our household. Both of my girls love reading about Harry. We have a few other Harry books, but the original is our favorite.
And, I just found out there’s a stuffed version of Harry:
How cute is that?
Franklin is my favorite turtle. :)
I read this book with my girls all the time. The rhythm is fantastic, so it’s especially great at bedtime.
It’s about being brave, it’s about problem solving, and it’s about family. A great combination. But mostly, kids just find it fun and entertaining. Can’t beat that. :)
Franklin recently celebrated his 25th anniversary. You can find him here.
My girls and I love Frank Asch.
His books are magical. Entertaining but subtly profound: teaching life lessons and practical thinking in a way that children enjoy.
And I enjoy reading them.
Anyway, this particular book takes place at night, so the illustrations are a little dark (although that may just be because I’m reading an ancient copy). The pictures are beautiful but a little hard to make out in the video, thus Moongame is one that I certainly recommend following along with a copy of your own. Although (like all the others I’ve read) it’s still a great story to share with your kids – even if you don’t have the book yet.
But if you’d like the book, you can find it here.
Ten Apples Up On Top was written by Theo. LeSieg, or, as he’s more affectionately known, Dr. Seuss.
There’s a lot of repetitiveness to the story, but a good rhythm and my girls love it.
It is often requested at home, so, here it is:
My next Roaming Rosie Reads video is of Sand Cake, by Frank Asch.
This is a great favorite of mine, and, of course, of my girls. We’ve even brought it to the beach with us!
Watching Little Bear solve this puzzle brings me joy every time. :)