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February 17, 2009

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Way to go kiddo!
I wonder if he'll be an intuitive learner throughout school?!
You'll have to bake an "I can READ" cake or something!

How great!
It was like that with my girl. She is in 1st grade and already spell and read short words ;) And we have not done much to learn here the letters... Then again my oldest who is in 3rd grade has struggled and finally "crack" the reading code in the end of last year. After a lot of help. And I just hope that all of his frustration learning how to read not will stop him from enjoy books and love reading...

Yay! Welcome to the wonderful world of books little guy! :)

Yea!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Way to go!

Oh! Big congrats! And yeah... they seem to just blossom at a crazy fast rate at that age... first lost tooth, first book read and (in our case) the training wheels came off, all with in about a week. Scary and wonderful too!

So exciting! And I totally identify. My daughter's kindergartener class started reading groups last month and it blew me away when she pulled out the tiny little reader they use and started reading to me in the car on the way home one day. Like you, one of my fondest wishes for each of my kids is that they'll love reading as much as I do. I can't imagine my life without a book on the nightstand.

My daughter just started to use invented spelling. That was more exciting to me than the day she started to walk. It's such an amazing thing to watch them learn, isn't it?

That's gotta be the most awesome thing. My son is on the cusp of learning to read. It's so exciting!

And a whole new world opens up to him. Congratulations! Thanks for sharing the good news.

Congratulations, how fabulous! Nipper seems to be coming on in leaps and bounds with his language. I think it's because he's now at nursery and mixing with lots of other children. He is now starting to hold a conversation with you which is so sweet.

So exciting! My middle daughter reads to me every night now, and I tear up every time!

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