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Readathon fun

I never officially signed up, but my daughter and I found plans were canceled for the day, so we did a bit of reading while we were home.

Reading during read-a-thon with a 5 year old can be daunting, so you have to just go with the flow.

In this case, we read 2 kids books, did some crafts, and I read about 79 pages of my own book.

For her, we read Pizza and Other Stinky Poems and Stuck on Fun, which is also where the fun crafts came from.

I was reading The Forgotten Room by Karen White, Lauren Willig, and Beatriz Williams.

All in all, between the crafts, laundry, and her swim team practice, I’ll count this as our first successful read-a-thon together.

I mostly participated this year on Twitter, which is unusual for me. However, I found it easier than working on the blog while trying to read with my daughter.

How did you do?

  • Suko

    This looks and sounds like so much fun!! The photos are fabulous.

  • Anna (Diary of an Eccentric)

    Looks like you both had a great time. I wish F was still young enough to want to read with me, but you know she’s a busy bee these days! I read that day as well but didn’t participate in the readathon.

  • bermudaonion(Kathy)

    How fun! I remember when you and Anna did a readathon with The Girl.

    • Anna (Diary of an Eccentric)

      Those were some fun times!

    • That was a great time. I’d love to do it again, but those teens!