Here are the last questions of the series. I see that many are not posting their answers on the website, but I hope you are atleast sharing them at home with you parents and your children. I want to at least get the conversation started.
It would be so great if you would share your answers with the family. Knowing the things we have in common as a family would be so exciting.
So looking forward to hearing from you all.
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1. When and how did you meet your spouse? What did you do on your first date?
2. Where was your marriage proposal? Were you the first to know?
3. Where did you get married? What stands out most from your wedding day?
4. How did you find out you were going to be parents for the first time?
5. What is your profession? How and when did you choose that profession?
What do you want others to remember most about you?
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