Keep a big stack of books on handIn my pre-child life, I was a librarian. It probably will come as no surprise to you that I love books and reading.
I was one of those rare people who absolutely loved my 30-mile commute because it meant I had uninterrupted time to listen to audiobooks every day for an hour total.
Of course, once you have children, squeezing in time for reading can be difficult. Here are some of my secrets for fitting books into your life - whether you have a new baby or a couple of rambunctious little ones bouncing around your house:
1. Keep a big stack of books on hand
I try to have several books on my bedside table and more by the couch so that whenever the urge to read strikes, I have something immediately available.
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2. Don't feel like you have to read serious books
If you love the classics, great! Go for it. But if you're the type that ends up not reading at all because you feel like you should be reading something hefty, cut Read More »from 10 Ways I've Managed to Keep Reading Books with a Baby