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Reading with your baby will help her for the rest of her life

Plus their tiny hands look adorable next to those giant books!
Kids with books

The children of some excellent parents, who are also clearly Harry Potter fans (those glasses? come on.)

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Reading to a baby is a lot like talking to your dog. You’re not sure how much is really getting through to them, but it makes you feel better to act like they understand. Unlike dogs (kind of), babies improve their vocabularies and literacy skills when you read to them. Both benefit

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