I hope that everyone is enjoying the conversation from the series of question in the recent blog posts. It is interesting what you can learn about yourself and about your family when these questions presented and talked about. You will be surprise at how interesting these stories can be to your children, so I hope you a sharing your answers and home. Don't forget to share with us as well.
Post you answers to these questions in the comment section by number it will let the other family members know you better and see what you have in common.
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1. Were you ever mentioned in a newspaper?
2. Describe a typical family dinner. Did you all eat together as a family? Who did the cooking?
What were your favorite foods?
3. Who was the oldest relative you remember as a child? What do you remember about them?
4. Have any recipes been passed down to you from family members?
5. Are there any physical characteristics that run in your family?
First Five Questions. Part 1
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