How can we encourage our children to continue long family traditions in our modern society?
by providing the examples of good faith. or beat it into them totally jokin
Have them experience the traditions themselves. More importantly make it a habit. Also, it is important for children to learn about the tradition. So explain to them the importance of it to your family.
by MomsTreasureChest 6 years ago
What are some Family Traditions or Rituals from childhood you treasure?
by winter11 8 years ago
I love my family and I believe that creating family traditions for my boys is important. I would like them to value the family they are in and want to carry that love of family and traditions to their families later on in life. Every Christmas eve we have our family tradition where we...
by ALL4JESUS 4 years ago
Easter Services and Celebration - What Are Your Family Traditions?Easter is a time of celebration for the Christians of the world. Do you have a favorite Easter tradition that you would like to share? What traditions do you remember from your childhood? Are these traditions important to you to pass...
by Christy Garrett 6 years ago
Do you have any family traditions for Easter?Our family spends time together, have lunch, and have an Easter egg hunt for the kids.
by chrissy86 10 years ago
I have a granddaughter coming in may . I would like to start thinking of ways to make things special for us -things she will grow up remembering and maybe someone out there will have a few neat ideas thanks chrissy86
by Cynthia Hoover 3 years ago
Do you have plans for Easter?If you have plans for Easter, what are they? Do you celebrate the religious meanings behind Easter? Do you let your kids get gifts from the Easter Bunny? If you let your kids believe in the Easter bunny how is that impacted by your religion (since it is technically a...
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