Summer is in full swing and the perfect time to strengthen family relationships. Today I want to give you five resources for connecting with your kids during these next few months.
Category: Family Connections – Genealogy
Knowing who we are and where we came from is important, but how to do this on vacation without boring the kids to tears, right? These three tips have worked well with my children ages 5-14!
This class fueled my love of learning that continues today. There is so much to learn and even better, experience!
During the pandemic, I found myself craving connection. Did you? During isolation, all the day-to-day connections were stripped away. What ways have you found to connect during the pandemic?
Could you use a little more peace during the holiday season? A better connection with family members in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the holiday season? May I offer you a bit of advice that I’m doing my best to heed…
Silver linings are woven through our family history. Knowing what helped ancestors get through hard times has helped me, too.
Where were you that day? What did you feel? What do you remember most? Why is it important to pass down your story?
Part of family history is strengthening our own family relationships. When we provide opportunities for multiple generations to connect, we are doing family history. We are living it!
What is the best way to connect our kids in ways that make them feel belonging, hope, and peace? The thought has come to me many times – start with a story.