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Childhood Memories – Peter Rabbit Story Video

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Childhood Memories – Peter Rabbit Story Video: A Family Favorite

Peter Rabbit was always a favorite of mine as a child. I especially remember Mom giving a great moral after this story. “That’s what you get when you don’t obey your mother.” Many of the old illustrated books were used to highlight points that a parent might make with a child.

Childhood Memories – Peter Rabbit Story Video: Sharing with Grand-children

One of the joys I have when finding old copies of illustrated books I read as a child is retelling the tales to my children and grand-children. I made the video for my grand-children, and my three year old great grand-daughter told me, “I like it Poppy.”

Childhood memories - Professor Brown says, "I like it, Poppy."

Childhood Memories: While viewing the Peter Rabbit Video, Professor Brown says, “I Like it Poppy.”

My great grand-daughter loves donning my glasses and pretending to be Professor Brown. I featured her in the video.

Childhood Memories – Peter Rabbit Story Video: Reading Creates Strong Ties

It never ceases to amaze me that doing simple things with children creates strong ties. I truly enjoy watching my grand-children grab a book when they come in the door and say, “Read it to me, Grandpa.” Once story-time begins I might have four or five children on my lap. (I must have a big lap…I guess that’s one advantage of being large.)

Childhood Memories – Peter Rabbit Story Video: Enlarge the Video

I like enlarging the video to fit the entire computer screen and playing it. I am surprised how many times a small child will say, “Play it again, Grandpa.” I never tire of looking into their faces as they watch their favorite part of the video and light up. Ah, the simple pleasures in life.

Check my other videos and stories. I hope you enjoy them.

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Thank you for spending your precious time with me.


copyright 2012 J-me

One Comment

  1. Brenda says:

    This is so true, and some of the hardest times become some of the fondest memories.

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