Recently I read an article on how children who know their family tree and the history and stories behind it, are more confident. Looking for some more information, I found this NY Times article and decided to conduct my own little experiment.
So, that night, I took aside the youngest and started the conversation by . . . → Read More: Family Narrative Experiment
The eldest daughter walked into the living room, bleary-eyed from staying up too late the night before. “I woke up with a realization,” she said. “You know how the average person is supposed to sleep 8 hours a day?”
“That means you’ve slept at least a-third of your life away.”
Before I . . . → Read More: Deep Thoughts
Need some ideas to put on your summer list? My kids are willing to share their list:
I’m a big believer in handing off the camera to kiddos. Kids take pictures at angles you might never have thought of – at least I never did.
Things you see every day suddenly look very cool with a different perspective,
in a different light.
And, then, there are other times that . . . → Read More: Perspectives