Are you passing on values and traditions?
List three cultural values/traditions that you are passing on to your children and describe what you do that models the value or tradition.
One basic tradition we are attempting to pass on is family time at dinner. When seated at the dinner table, there is no TV. No phones. Maybe some music, but that's it. It is a time that we come together and share our days, listen, talk, and just enjoy each other without any outside interference.
AWWW that is getting back to the basics when families were close, slower times and families were stronger. Great parenting ideas to share with everyone
Thanks Penny. I guess you can think of us as the 'old school' family. Can't imagine how people will look at this tradition 50 years from now. Who knows - maybe they'll WANT to go back to it.
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