Friday, February 1, 2013

Toddler Masterpiece Classic Presents: Who's Dat?

The triplets agreed their mother's reading of David Copperfield had been somewhat plebeian.

Afternoon Readers,

I'm not sure I've ever mentioned it, but I love to read out loud. As luck would have it, giving birth to three children has made it possible to legitimately practice this talent without looking insane while reading to random people on the street. 

Have you ever tried to someone either coming from or going to the grocery store?

Then you understand my pain.

The luxury of being able to pick a selection from a plethora of children's books and read with a zest for life never heard by anyone who values their hearing has been both exciting and a challenge. On the one hand, the twins love to be read to. On the other, making it through a story is proving more difficult than originally anticipated.

Today, a peek into a slice of story time.
A glimpse into disjointed story telling.
I give you...

Toddler Masterpiece Classic Presents:
"Who's Dat?"

"George was a good monkey and -"

"Who's dat?

"That's Curious George."


"..always very curious."

"Who's dat?"

"That's The Man in the Yellow Hat."


"But even -"

"Who's dat?"

"That's George."


"..good little monkeys -"

"Who's dat?"

"That's an apple."

This has been another episode of Toddler Masterpiece Classic. Join us next time to find out whether the the second paragraph is reached...

Until Next Time, Readers!