Our families – made up of generations of stories – are like a treasure trove of golden moments just waiting to be heard.
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The light flicked on again. I stop and stare at the shining coming through the bottom of the door. “How can he still be awake?” I ask my husband.
I have no patience for the over-the-top spookiness that grown-ups sometimes get into, but when it comes to trick-or-treating? I’m there.
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Kids can get lost for hours in books that provide a full interactive experience like guessing games, search-and-find, or mazes and puzzles.
In all honesty, I don’t think it was my age that ruined it for me. I think some people just aren’t cut out for the scary stuff.
Storytelling is portable and requires no gadgets, batteries, or anything else to weigh down your diaper bag and can bring your family closer, too.
I could go off into the mountains for a month-long retreat and I still wouldn’t come close to being as present as my daughter is every night at bedtime.