September Reading

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Ok – I know I may be wishful thinking, especially with a due date sometime this month, but what do you think nap time and feeding time is for?  I know, staring into my newborn’s face, but I can read too – and know many that do.  Or those nights when I can’t get back to sleep (like last night when I couldn’t fall asleep) – this is what I can do (or play Angry Birds)

Devo Books: These are ones I use to pray for my hubs and baby or as a Bible help or just short devotional reading: Finding Faithful Elders and Deacons, Boyhood and Beyond, Keep a Quiet Heart, and Psalms by Boice

Reading Books: James (for writing purposes), Hobbit (not shown, but we are getting it to read to baby), Godliness, and The Fruitful Wife.  This is a new book coming from Crossway – and I’ve read a couple of DiMarco’s books for teen girls and they are really good and relevant.  So, I expect nothing less from this one.

What are you reading?

2 Responses

  1. Bonnie G.

    Question: Do you buy all of these books? Hard copy or kindle? You must have a BIG library! 😉

    • Kimberly

      i am either given them or I buy them, and I would rather have hard copy. I have very few on kindle. I love books!