Blog Posts on bedtime stories




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Short Stories: Reading Story Books by Rina's Rainbow on Apr 11, 2013I think I could only count the succesful reading attempts I made to read Rain a bed time story. Why? Because usually by the time I move on to the next page, Rain would have already snagged the book away from me and start flipping the pages herself, n...



Bike by Raising My Two Little Angels on Aug 19, 2012During the summer, my son requested his dad to buy him a bike. Daddy agreed, but there was one condition — he needs to improve on reading. Although my son has been reading since he was in kindergarten (he’s now in Grade 1), he still needs...



Tell Me Another Story by Spud 'n Squishy Baby Shop on Jul 1, 2012For bedtime earlier tonight, they had the Beginner Books “Are You My Mother?” by P.D. Eastman, and “Green Eggs and Ham,” by Dr. Seuss read to them. Tell me a story, let me see The laughing tiny baby That I … Continue rea...



Our Favorite Bedtime Stories by TURKNOY on Jun 29, 2012Looking for the life's "pause" button because the kids seem to be growing up way too fast? Somehow, for me, reading these type of books for kids make everything stop: forever they will be my babies. These books will always be remembered as their bedt...



Bedtime Stories by on Mar 6, 2012DON'T MIND ME, just camwhoring on a Sunday night at Heritage Park Hotel's room. The room is so nice with elegant bathroom and very nice, comfortable bed. This is definitely a space every girls can enjoy! So pretty that I can’t resist to take some c...



My before-bedtime-routine by Making Ordinary Days Extraordinary on Feb 17, 2012Warm bath? Done! Massage? Done! time to do the following.... 1. Bedtime stories!  2. Playtime! 3. Trying to go to sleep... but still wanted to play! 4. And more time for play!



The benefits of telling bedtime stories to your kids by Mommy Edna on Oct 12, 2011Educators and  reading advocacy claim that 20-minutes reading bedtime stories to your kids is beneficial to your kid's development. Here are some of the benefits your kids can get from your 20-minutes bedtime reading.a 20-minute bedtime sto...



A Very Touching Job Interview Story by on May 27, 2011I received this thru email from a friend with a subject very touching story.  I prefer to entitle it as Very Touching Job Interview Story since its all about an academically excellent guy who had a job interview with his future employer. The guy pro...



Fairy tales and dragons by Heaven In A Jar and A Burrito on May 1, 2011I don’t think I can ever exclude fairy tales from my future kids’ lives.  I know they completely set the rules for girls to live by.  They created Prince Charming, evil stepmothers, cruel stepsisters, epically perfect horses, theme song...



Once Upon A Time…. by notepad corner on Mar 28, 2011Do you know that it’s healthy to tell stories about your childhood days experiences aside from the traditional bedtime stories (Pinocchio, Rapunzel, Peter Pan, etc.) we tell or read our children before they go to sleep at night? I discovered it as...