How 3 Generations of Family Books Became My Favorites

Great-grandma’s house had orange carpet. I remember going there to visit–it seemed like she always had Pringles and M&Ms. She always had goo...

Published 3 years ago

Kids Want to Know Why

My little roo came with me to the post office to drop off some Bookroo boxes. While we were there he met a friend, as he so often does. She...

Published 3 years ago

12 Board Books You Should Add to Your Collection

After seeing pictures and getting feedback about how delighted kids are to receive, open and read their Bookroo books, our favorite thing ab...

Published 3 years ago

Babysitting and Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

Last week Rebecca and I babysat for Chandler and Tiffany. Chan had a birthday, so Tiff wanted to take him out to a movie to celebrate. (The...

Published 3 years ago

Thanks Dad

When I was a little girl, I used to wake up early and have breakfast with my dad before he went to school or work. My dad’s a morning person...

Published 3 years ago

5 Father's Day Gifts That Actually Celebrate Fatherhood

There are probably LITERALLY a million Father’s Day Gift Guides out there–mommy bloggers across the nation are rolling them out. I’ll admit,...

Published 3 years ago

How to make your kid smarter (and richer and better looking, too)

One of the most meaningful kid experiments we’ve ever seen comes from a single mom raising two young boys in the ghettos of Detroit in the 1...

Published 4 years ago

Learning What Works for You and Your Roo

This post was written by Tayler and Rebecca. We interviewed Brett, Katie, and their little guy, Jack, and had so much fun visiting with them...

Published 4 years ago

Investing in Children's Books is a Win-Win-Win

Good parents want the best for their children. They want their children to accomplish more, to make it a little farther, to be absolutely ha...

Published 4 years ago