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WWW Wednesday: April 21, 2021

Happy sunny and beautiful Wednesday (at least over here)! We’ve had a pretty good week so far and are well on our way in becoming active parents. It’s been tough to travel around throughout COVID, so our little one hasn’t had a ton of new experiences, but we are picking it up with the nicer weather and loved ones getting vaccinated, so it’s been great!

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words. To participate, just answer the following three questions:

1. What are you currently reading?

Seraphina (Seraphina #1) by Rachel Hartman: This is a book that I have been meaning to read for quite some time now, and have recently started with a fellow online book lover. We are about a quarter of the way done and both are truly enjoying the read!

Ongoing Reads:

  • The Wonder Weeks by Xaviera Plas-Plooij: We seem to be over the current leap and now going into a calmer state (or at least I hope so!). Buddy boo is sleeping better and in general an inquisitive little guy!
  • What to Expect the First Year by Heidi Murkoff: Another milestone – baby has eaten his first Gerber Puff! They are pretty small, but dissolves in baby’s mouth pretty quickly. He’s done a fabulous job with this and is sooo much better in his softened finger foods. So proud of our little one!

2. What did you recently finish reading?

Just last night I finished The Restarting Point (Chammont Point #1) by Marci Bolden, which I need to sit with a little longer to know what rating to give it. On the one hand, it was very heartwarming. On the other, it was very repetitive…

I also finished the short story, Rat-Catcher (October Daye #0.5) by Seanan McGuire, which was fun though a bit short.


3. What do you think you’ll read next?

I have an ARC that I would like to read and review prior to its publication date – Letters Across the Sea by Genevieve Graham. It’s set to be published on April 27th. A WWII historical fiction sounds right up my alley, so I’m very interested in getting started.

Here’s to another week of great reading!

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