What Would You Tell Your Children If They Asked You How You Met Their Mother or Father?
They already have!. Telling the truth is always the best answer. When my kids were little, we kept the answers simple. In the end, it doesn't do any good to hide anything. The truth has a way of coming out.
I would share the true story of how we met and be sure to leave out certain details until they were of age to know the whole story.
Always tell the truth, and consider the ages of the children. The truth always wins. They will be adults soon enough and have their own stories to tell!
you can tell them truth. or you can just make a very beautiful story.
by Dawn Michael6 years ago
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