Thursday, September 4, 2014

Family love and adventures

As a teen, family vacations with my parents were not always at the top of my "most favorite things" list. Most teens want to stay home, hang with their friends, and walk a good 20 yards behind their parents anywhere, at all times.


When parents become grandparents, though, the dynamic really changes. The same goes for other extended family. It is a joy to see my children interact with their grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. I like to watch the unique games they play together and listen to their conversations. Amelia has experienced beach activities, toured Hawaii, picked fresh berries, chatted with a donkey, and had countless hours of playground fun with extended family. Andrew is beginning to recognize and remember family faces as well, and I look forward to watching him grow up with amazing family members too.

 
It is almost time for our annual beach vacation with my side of the family. Amelia is excited, and I look forward to that extended time all together.
 
Having help with the kids on vacation is an added perk!
 




1 comment :

  1. Oh yes! I agree with you 100%. Watching our kids spend time and converse with their grandparents is absolutely wonderful!

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