Take Time with Family

October 11, 2011 at 9:14 pm Leave a comment

When I was a young girl, we spent lots of time together as a family. As kids, it was part of our culture, we didn’t question it and we usually enjoyed being together. When I became a teen, my parents made me take my sister (and sometimes my brother) wherever I went. It was a nuisance and I felt I was too old to have them accompany me everywhere. However, my parents knew what they were doing. There was strength and safety in traveling together. It also kept me out of mischief!

Take time with your kids today and as often as possible, so that when they become teens and twentysomethings, they want to spend time with you. Great parenting = great kids!

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Entry filed under: family, kids, Parenting, twentysomething.

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