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Making Summer Memories

 

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13 May, 2013

As summer starts, ask: WHAT DO I WANT MY CHILDREN TO REMEMBER ABOUT THIS SUMMER?

Write it down!

List ideas.

Refer back to it.

This way, when you’re invited or asked to travel or thinking about a staycation– you can alway check in- if doesn’t align with your list of summer magic, let it go. Leave space for the events and time together that WILL support your goal.

Other questions ask yourself as the summer sets off:

  • “What moments did I share today, this week, this month with my children?”
  • “What moment from this summer stands out for me?”
  • “What can I do to create more moments to remember?

This little effort can go a long way in making those memories happen! What are some things you’d like to do with your family?

 

1 Comment
  1. rick ackerly says:

    character is made and manifest in all moments whether it is noticed or not.

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