Bedtime Stories with a Toddler (in 100 Words)

You don’t need to put your foot on the cat.  I can’t see the words if you keep your foot… oh we’re flipping the page.  You know that part of the story could have been pretty good too?

You want a cup right now? Mid book? And your foot in back on the book.

I said ‘polka dot’ not ‘poke that’.  I admire the enthusiasm, but please stop poking the book.

It is quite exciting the cat has a banana!  No, you do not get a banana too.

Oh goodness, no more foot on the book.

The end. Good night.

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2 thoughts on “Bedtime Stories with a Toddler (in 100 Words)

  1. It sounds like your toddler would love the Herve Tullet books — _Press Here_, _Mix It Up!_, and _Let’s Play_. If you haven’t heard of them or read them, get them for your son. They’re wonderful!

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