End of the Bedtime Story?

BedtimeDo you have fond childhood memories of your parents reading you bedtime stories before you nodded off to sleep?

Apparently, that’s a thing-of-the-past, according to a recent study—due to increased technology, today’s kids won’t have the same recollection.

Take a peek at the MailOnline article and share your thoughts below or call and leave me a voice mail at 206–309–7318.

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  1. I read to my kids everynight & will until they no longer want me to & are reading books at night themselves. I’m the opposite, I never had my parents read to me. When I read to my kids we all love it. My son is also an advanced reader in 1st grade and I know all that book reading is, in part, to thank! 🙂 -Jen

  2. I learned how to read really early, so I don’t have memories of my parents reading to me. But I read all the time to my own kids, they may be sick of it, but I don’t care.

  3. Our two sons have been read to every night and now listen to audio books. Cindi

  4. My son is 21 now and I read to him every night as long as he would let me – he must have been in the 3rd or the 4th grade at the time. We both have fond memories of it. It’s such an intimate time to spend with your kids; I hope it doesn’t become a thing of the past.

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