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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Weird Kid Wednesday- Reading Habits of a Homeschooled Kid

It wasn't until recently that I've decided to start collecting these pictures.

My creation

Notice the cowboy boots (bottom left) and also the fact that she's reading underneath a mini-trampoline for some reason (top left). And even though you can't see the book in the top right picture, trust me, it's there.

10 comments:

tricia said...

I have a picture of my daughter sitting in a cardboard box out in our driveway, book in hand :)

Adam said...

Beautiful pictures :)

Green Kitchen said...

What a great collection.

I can totally see sitting under the trampoline. Sometimes you need a little weight on top. I remember wanting people to sit on me, so I wouldn't feel like I was going to float away. Talk about needing to be grounded. ;)

patrice said...

delightful!
i love homeschoolers too.

Mysti said...

Hey! Looks like my homeschooled kidlets too! The trampoline picture is certainly an interesting spot. :)

Sarah C said...

What a great collection! Ones to remember.
I think I will have to start my own collection but I am unsure I will get any as odd as these....It really takes a new spin on reading for relaxation :)

Jayne said...

What great photos--you'll really treasure them as she gets older. She reminds me of me at that age. I was always reading, anytime and anywhere. It was not safe to leave a book out unguarded in the house and assign household chores to me. The book called me, I sat and read, and the chores went undone. =)

skymring said...

that's hilarious :D

Renee Unplugged - said...

I remember finding odd places to read when I was her age.
And I ALWAYS had a book in my hands.
One of my favorites was crawling under my bed to the underside of the book-case headboard...
I could sit there and no one knew I was there!

Amy said...

Is that the Fairies of Nutforl Wood? We just finished reading that.