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.
Tag: family history
…my Grandma DeVaux had found me at a time when I felt lost, lonely, and scared. She could not take my hand now, but I felt a deep love and concern from her and what felt like a warm spiritual hug. Her story of rising again influenced my own.
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!
In today’s podcast episode I share a favorite family story of ours and talk about how to use a good story to help to strengthen our kids. Enjoy!
This class fueled my love of learning that continues today. There is so much to learn and even better, experience!
All families have stories — sometimes embellished, sometimes stripped down, sometimes funny, sometimes anything but funny — that are passed from generation to generation. Oral storytelling has been part of human existence since the dawn of time. They are the ties that bind us to each other.
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!
Who are the women in your story? March is International Women’s Month. While I share a few details from the women in my family line, I invite you to consider what stories you can share from your own family.