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What is your family culture?

We had a blast at the Almands for Thanksgiving. I posed the question, “Does the culture we were raised with in our family of origin need to be the culture we give to our children?”     The things I liked about our time that I want to be a part of our family culture: Open to a…
By Seth Barnes
We had a blast at the Almands for Thanksgiving. I posed the question, “Does the culture we were raised with in our family of origin need to be the culture we give to our children?”
 
 
The things I liked about our time that I want to be a part of our family culture:
  • Open to anybody – it’s a big extended family.
  • Everybody brings food.
  • Everybody helps do something.
  • Fun experiments – we cooked turkey in the ground.
  • Prayer to start – check out my facebook clip.
  • Laughter and stories throughout.
  • Intergenerational fun – dancing and games.

What is your family culture? Is it something you inherited? Are there parts of it you would change? Which parts?

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