5 Great Benefits of Reading to Babies from Birth

5 Great Benefits of Reading to Babies from Birth

five great benefits of reading to babies from birth

Welcoming a new baby is a sweet and exciting time for any family. There is a nursery to prepare, a car seat to purchase and install, and so many tiny little clothes to wash and fold. Many parents have a baby shower, and my go-to gift is a bundle of two wonderful books by Australian author, Mem Fox: Reading Magic (for the parents) and Where is the Green Sheep? (for the baby).

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Our first daughter was born prematurely and spent her first few months in the NICU. I spent my days sitting by her side, alternatively poring over Reading Magic while she slept. I read aloud picture book after picture book during her awake hours so she could hear my voice. It was at that moment that our family culture was born. Books had always been a huge part of my life as a child and young adult, and now they are a huge part of our family as well.

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Melissa Droegemueller
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