Would Alabama Parents Read This Book To Their Kids? 

My son is 9 months old going on 3 years old. One of his favorite things to do is read books with mom and I. Recently, we felt the need to switch it up.

Reading to my son is one of my favorite things to do and he loves to look at the pictures as well. He sits and listens and will even let out a laugh or scream at the book while I'm reading. His new favorite book I a Sesame Street book called Bubbles, Bubbles, Bubbles.

My wife reads this book to him all the time and she's been asking me to read it to him just to switch it up. I gave her just what she asked for and instead of simply reading the book to him, we made it into a song!

 

This was too much fun! As you can see, my son loved it too! I think we might end up turning more of his favorite books into songs like this just to give it more flavor.

Reading aloud to babies have so many benefits. According to KidsHealth.Org, when you read to your baby:

  • Your baby hears you using many different emotions and expressive sounds. This supports social and emotional development.
  • It encourages your baby to look, point, touch, and answer questions. This helps with social development and thinking skills.
  • Your baby improves language skills by copying sounds, recognizing pictures, and learning words.

I encourage all parents to not only read to your kids, but make it fun for you and them as well!

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