- Years old:
- Color of my eyes:
- Dark eyes
- What is my hair:
- Brunet hair
- My Sign of the zodiac:
- My Sign of the zodiac Scorpio
- What is my figure type:
- My figure features is quite muscular
So, you went to the drugstore, bought a pregnancy test, and peed on the stick.
The key to a close-knit fam: a repertoire of fun rituals. Adopt these games, activities and fun traditions and let the good times roll. Every Friday night, the Schaefer family, of Denver, plays a different vinyl record on the turntable, and the five of them dance in the living room until they collapse. Father of two Jay Leslie hosts neighborhood movie nights on Fridays in the summer. As it gets darker, I make a fire in our fire pit. The next event, on December 8,will feature street concerts and fireworks displays at the Capitol, Magazine, and Palace.
Hip hip hooray!
Hip hip hooray for Rosie! Traditions like ours are the glue that helps hold families together.
From a secret handshake to Friday movie night, these rituals boost happiness, strengthen family bonds, and provide kids with a strong sense of identity and security, according to research from Syracuse University. Dana Aderhold and her husband, Brad, created a Star Wars— inspired send-off for their 4-year-old son, Hagan, when he was anxious about starting preschool. They held up one arm as if they were holding a lightsaber, and Hagan did it in return. The gesture started when Kate was having a tough time after a family move.
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I love you! When Lynnae Allred, of Mapleton, Utah, was little, her parents had a hard time getting the kids to bed, so they made it a game.
She had red hair, blue eyes, and toenails painted pink. Allison Abramson, of Chester, Connecticut, uses guided visualization to help her three children clear their mind. Now they often make up their own stories. On each day, they remove a link, and every family member says something nice or shares a memory about the birthday celebrant. Every year around their birthday, Christy Nielsen, of Pittsburgh, asks her four children questions and videos their answers.
Mom of four Amy Cagliola Smith, of Worcester, Pennsylvania, sets out a stack of index cards at every birthday party and asks each guest to write down what they like about the birthday girl or boy. The recipient can choose to read the cards out loud at the party or look at them privately later. Barneck, Barneck, Barneck family!
Milcic takes handshakes to a new level by having a different one with each of her five boys. Thank you for our family! Sarah Rudell Beach loves hearing what her two children are thankful for each night. Ticia Messing, of Austin, who blogs at AdventuresinMommydom. We sit in the middle of all that and watch movies.
All of us go in their bedroom and wake them up with the Saturday song. Melissa Sumrell, of Montpelier, Virginia, adds an unusual twist when she has tea parties with her four daughters. They start out ordinarily enough. By Michelle Crouch November 02, Save Pin FB More.
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