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One signature opens up a world

Last week the Twofer signed their names on an official document for the very first time.

This signature (by the way I had to explain to them what a signature was) means they are responsible for something and they will be held accountable if they don't follow the rules. 

Not only that, they run the risk of owing money.

Here they are, signing their names.

How, as a parent, can I allow two 6-year olds to take such risks? Especially when it comes to responsibility?

Because what they signed for were library cards in their own names.


Reader Comments (2)

How adorable!!!! Go Ellie and Emma!!!!

August 24, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterSandy Buckley

I got all my children library cards before they were a week old. They have a great range of baby books and CDs. Our library gives them a little picture book as a gift when they join as newborns, too.
I'm sure your girls will love their library!

August 26, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterKate @ UpsideBackwards

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