Bookstore Adventure

Spencer has always liked going to the bookstore, but now that we put him in outdoor school for pre-K and he shuns daylight during non-school hours like a tiny vampire, it is out hands down favorite outing. We have a system: get a snack, read some books, play some trains, read some more books, then head over to the legos and toys. Super fun! He’s currently loving the Halloween books, especially Go Away, Big Green Monster and Nighty Night, Little Green Monster.

He saw this one on my phone and said, “mommy, I think I need a haircut.”

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10 Responses to “Bookstore Adventure”

  1. stevebethere says:

    Aww! fun photos with a lovely smile heheh!

    have a booktastic week ;-)

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  2. My girls adore gong to the bookstore too, we might have to do that this week!

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  3. He is definitely thrilled to be there! Great shots. Thanks for hosting.

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  4. Alissa Apel says:

    I love that top photo with the Duplo’s so big in perspective.

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  5. Suzanne says:

    Your bookstore looks way more like a library than a bookstore. But with toys you can buy! I would be so poor.

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  6. I remember those days of spending a lot of time at the bookstore!

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  7. Kushie baby says:

    I bet you have fun with your kids at the bookstore.

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