Before I became a Mum I was drawn to a career to work with young children. So I explored the teaching profession. I worked as a Teaching Assistant in a Manchester Primary School. Where I observed different teaching strategies and implemented a literacy intervention. It struck me the value and benefits of fostering a love for reading in children from an early age. The importance for children to have access to books and the affect it can have on that child’s educational journey.
I’ve enjoyed watching both of my children develop. Reuben has received many compliments about how good his language and breadth of vocabulary is for his age. This I attribute to the amount of books we read together on a daily basis. He started school in September and I’m staggered at how quickly he’s learning to read and notice words around him. I love cuddling up with Reuben and Imogen over a book. Despite the age difference I know they’re both gaining something that will stay with them for a long time. In addition, I find a good children’s book is like a script when I’m suffering from Mummy brain mush and can’t string a sentence together after a busy day. Or it’s a good way to reconnect with Reuben and Imogen. Especially if they are throwing me the challenges typical of their age.
I’m looking forward to meeting all the babies and parents who come to Adventure Babies in Altrincham, Didsbury and Chorlton. I also serve adventurers from surrounding areas, including Hale, Timperley, Bowden, Dunham Massey, Withington, Sale, Old Trafford, Whalley Range, Stretford, Urmston and Davyhulme.
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