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Sunday, May 30, 2010

Blame Me.

 So, recently (as in, in the last month) Miles taught himself to read.
 It started out pretty slowly with random words on signs and very short books. 
And then suddenly, he was full-on reading. He's four. He won't even start Pre-K here until the fall. His teachers are in for a surprise. He's knocking my freaking socks off. 
So, for your viewing (and listening) pleasure, I present:
Miles SingReads A Book to Libby
 Truly. I wish I could take credit for his genius, but I'm pretty sure I had nothing to do with it.
Also, keep your eyes peeled. I have a sweet tutorial coming soon!


Char @ Crap I've Made said...

Seriously darling.

Can't wait for the tute!

Maleen said...

Wow! But there has to be some genius kids out there who are going to find new sources of energy and stuff. Now I can claim I knew him BEFORE he was famous. (If you can count reading your blog as knowing someone.) Okay, so I knew his MOM before he was famous.

Sabra at Sew a Straight Line said...

i'm dying of adorable!

cutest prodigy ever!

Audrey said...

must be all that time spent with the dictionary :) way to go miles!

Cheri said...

Amazing! And so very, very sweet. I love the little conversation about "beneath" as well. And Libby is scrumpdiddlyumptious!

elizabeth said...

Great job! Miles! Libby looks very interested...?.

Ty and Trista Swartzlander said...

Guess what? I am back on the blog. It took me 20 minutes to catch up with your blog. I love the other sock, and the lips and of course the cute hair. I for sure love that mr. Miles is such a smart kidlet. Keep up the good work Miles.

ba and the boys said...

i remember parkers 1st day of preschool...the teacher pulled me aside when we were collecing our kids and said 'you didnt tell me he could read!'! it seems she skipped a word while reading and parker corrected her!
and i love when my kids can read-it makes them finding something to watch on tv easier for me!

Jamie said...

While my boys are teaching each other how to make new bodily functions at the dinner table, your little is teaching himself how to read! Amazing and so cute!

Rachel said...

That's amazing!!! Holy Crap! I'm impressed Liss. Now make sure he can still talk to girls when he gets older and you will have a serious problem on your hands!

Alissa said...

we'd prefer he avoid girls.

Melodee said...

That's awesome. What a cutie!

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