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Quiet Time with Audio Books

photo via ohdeedoh


Now that we’re all rested from vacation, we’re ready to tackle some new routines around here.  My 2 (almost 3) year old is starting to drop his nap on occasion and I have a feeling he could be getting rid of it all together in the near future.That’s a problem because the kids’ nap time is mama’s work time!  Thankfully, I recently read this wonderful post on audio books and quiet time.  Then, on the very same day, ohdeedoh posted a top 10 list of audio books – I think someone’s trying to tell me something!
Do you use audio books with your young children?  Any favorites I should know about?

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