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Apparently doing it rong and ruining it for everyone, but I don't give a crap anymore.
but everything has pros and cons
what do you think: is 4 years old a good age to start to read or is it unnessecary?
the story behind all this is that his mother taught him how to read/write at age 4 and that gave him a lot of self-convidence. he predicts that dd will gain lots of self-convidence by that too (so she can help other kids in school - that is his imagination -- and because she is quiet small and thin he thinks this will help her to find her place in school). its all theoretical at present.
Laura - Mom to ds (10) and dd (7) "Time stands still best in moments that look suspiciously like ordinary life." Brian Andreas.
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