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tickle monster.

February 12th | older posts

josie bissett (beautiful blonde, melrose place) has a new kids book out called tickle monster and it is DARLING! you can buy ‘tickle mitts’ with the book it makes for a perfect bedtime story. check out her website here. there is a darling video where they read parts of the book. our boys we cracking up just like the kids in the video. we’re also loving dr. suess’ sneetches and riki tiki tembo. what’s your favorite bedtime book right now??

oh and i did snap out of my funk–thanks for your sweet ideas!!

13 Responses

  1. Sonya says:

    STILL loving Good Night Moon. Will I *ever* tire of it?

  2. amanda says:

    My 3 year old and I just watched the video and since he LOVES to be tickled(really, all day long) he was giggling right along and asked to ‘get that book’. I cannot wait!

  3. amanda says:

    My 3 year old and I just watched the video. Since he LOVES to be tickled(, he was giggling right along with the kids and asked to ‘get that book’. I can’t wait!!!

  4. Lindsay Marsh says:

    What an adorable book suggestion! I have to get it! One of my favorite stories to read to my son is “Sometimes I Like to Curl up in a Ball”. There are so many favorites!

  5. Angela G. says:

    We’re still hooked on Green Eggs and Ham!

  6. denissa says:

    That looks adorable!! Our favorite book right now is I Love You, Stinky Face.
    I think the “funk” is in the air, rain, etc. nothing a little chocolate can’t fix! :) Glad to hear you’re over it!

  7. Nance says:

    awwww! those pictures are so sweet and cute! treasured moments with the boys!

  8. Karen says:

    Sounds like a very cute book. These days I’ve been reading our big boys “The Magician’s Nephew” and surprisingly they’re really into it.

  9. Summer says:

    the very hungry caterpillar of course. and the bible. such a combo right? ha!

  10. Christie says:

    We’ve moved on to Judy Moody in our house, but there is still an occasional request for Good Night Moon. This Tickle Monster book looks cute!

  11. Deni says:

    The photos are just so gorgeous, you capture their moods so well!

    Mali has a major crush on her books. All her books live in her room. Everynight when we put her to bed, you can hear her in her bedroom, collecting her books. She can’t read (she turns 3 in April), but you can hear her talking away to herself and turning the pages – in the dark i might add.

    throughout the night you can hear “clunk clunk” as books fall from her bed, and in the morning there is always a big pile of books on the floor, and a few scattered through bed – I am not sure she gets the most comfortable sleep – though it obviously is a comforter to her!

  12. Chrissy says:

    My kids have discovered the “Skippyjon” books. They have us laughing every night, even though we have read them many, many times. My sister-in-law sent my kids some of the “Elephant and Piggie” books. They are great b/c they don’t have many words – if any – on each page. It’s all about the parent really hamming up the words on the page or just talking about what expression the animal has on its face. They are really great for the pre-K/Kindergarten years!

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