Sunday, March 22, 2009

Spring Reading Thing

I may be out of my mind to be attempting this with a baby due any day, but since I've been trying to spend at least a few minutes each evening reading anyway, I thought this might be a fun way to stay on track . . . and in THEORY I should be able to read while I nurse baby to sleep at night, so it should work fine.

You can read all the details of the Spring Reading Thing 2009 HERE.

Here's my list of books I hope to read in the next couple months, we'll see how it goes . . .

I'll try to write reviews of these books as I finish them (I've read some other books lately that I keep forgetting to write reviews on too, maybe I'll find time to do that sometime soon, like while baby's nursing and my mom's here to entertain the girls and cook for us . . .we shall see). And will write a "wrap-up" post in June.

Happy reading!!


Amber, That's Me! said...

Best of luck on your books, and congrats on the baby- I noticed your ticker!

Veggiemomof2 said...

Oh I can't wait to read your review of Brothers & Sisters! I sure need a book like that for my kids.

La Tea Dah said...

12 days --- so exciting! You must be nesting big-time and eagerly awaiting the arrival of your new blessing!

LaTeaDah (from A * H * E )

La Tea Dah said...

LaRee, the countdown continues --- 11 days. I'm excited for you and hope things are going well. Will this be an early delivery? Keep us posted!

Prayers r going up for you!

Ann@His Grace To Me said...

I hope your theory works out, I'd love to hear what you think of the brothers and sisters book- I've enjoy your thoughtful comments on what you read.

Lynn said...

Your list sounds great. I love non-fiction. I've seen the book Making Brothers and Sisters Best Friends on several lists. I would have read that in a heartbeat when my sons were younger. But I'm pleased to pass along this encouragement: though my two boys seemed like enemies until they were about 10 and 11, somewhere in there things started to change and they began to really respect each other. Starting about jr. high they became friends, and now as young men I would have to say they are the best of friends. So even if you don't have time to read the book, keep praying and believing that your kids will grow to be men and women who love the Lord and who love each other, and watch what God will do :) And congratulations on the baby!! Exciting.

Ashley said...

I'm getting ready to read Feminine Appeal for this challenge too!

Thanks for sharing!