Have you ever seen a kid in a movie or a TV show asking for their parents to read a bedtime story? And how many times has your child asked you to do the same? Reading aloud to children before they fall asleep is not just a thing of the past or a cinematic nod to suburban culture; it’s a routine which is good for children and their development. American Academy of Pediatrics even recommends reading to infants from birth. Some researchers suggest that bedtime stories are boosting child’s brain development in many ways. So, here are some actual benefits both children and parents can receive from this lovely routine.
I recently sorted my Bloglovin page out, its a neat way of following your favourite blogs and seeing all their latest content in one place. It is really useful and for organised freaks like me it is great! I follow all the best reads and I log in to Bloglovin in the morning to catch up on what has been going on in the bloggy community.