|Chad and Scott in San Francisco, 1993|
1. Take photos....and organize or print them when you get home. I know, not very realistic;) but...TRY!
2. Make it all about the family. It is not necessary to take extra kids along so your kids can 'have fun'. (More about pouting and whining in future blogs!!)
3. Bag the cell phones and all internet connections. Instead concentrate on BEING PRESENT with your family. Interact and have fun:)
4. Plan a little, be spontaneous often.
5. Have family fun!!
Sometimes you can even reinvent past vacations:
|Scott in 1993|
|Chad in 2010|
|Scott and Chad, 1993|
|Chad on the same posts, 2010|
My "boys" are now 32 and 29, but I enjoy them now as much as when they were little. Family is important. We all continue to take photos to build and keep new memories. My 35 filled albums are like best friends that bring me joy.
Enjoy those family vacations and that precious family time!!
D and C