Category What your child should HEAR.

Tell Me, Show Me, Involve Me – Guest Post at Carrots Are Orange

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When I was asked to do a guest post for Carrots Are Orange, I was ecstatic! Marnie consistently shares posts that get me excited. It was her inspiration that got me to bring more Montessori-based ideas into my own home and I’ve been touched many times by her thoughts on motherhood. So, check out her ... Read more...

My Story by Heather of Wordplayhouse

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I’m so excited to share this eloquent and poignant post from Heather at Wordplayhouse. She and I became fast friends and I can’t tell you how much I value her sharing her story here at LIttle Stories. Her gentle kindness, simple beauty, and love for her family is quickly evident in everything she writes, and ... Read more...

A Dog, The Classics, & A New Funky Fresh

Nursery Rhymes & Classic Tales

Charlie, our dog, is amazing. Someone once said that his gift to the world is his unflappable calm, and it is. Even in his younger days, you would never find Charlie jumping, licking, or wildly tail-wagging. That’s just not the kind of dog he is. Charlie is more of a lie down, watch with soft, ... Read more...

How to Read Books Right

Reading a book is a performance!

You know books are top of the list for language learning, but how you read them can make all of the difference as to how much language your child actually learns and how your child feels about books and reading in the long run. While this is a topic I could talk about for days ... Read more...

But I Can’t Understand What My Child Is Saying!

Speech Delay Speech Therapy

I recently received the following reader question: “My son seems to actually fill up the pages that he wants fairly quickly. Like “moon” for example – saw the moon once, liked it, now every time we’re out and see it he points it out. But his pronunciation of it is “muh.” He has about 60 ... Read more...