How to Create Family Traditions

Posted By on December 7, 2011

Memories of traditions are part of who we are as people. When a time of day comes around, a season or a holiday we have expectations for good things to happen. We want to relive a time in life. A deep part of us remembers something that fills us with love and hope. As mothers we have the power to create experiences that impact our families for their good. What will they remember every Christmas for their whole life? As Christians we are mandated to teach our children the Shema from Deuteronomy 6, “The LORD our God, the LORD is one. You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might.” Our traditions should point our children to that truth.

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About The Author

Kim Brenneman is the wife to Matt and mother to nine farm schooled children. She gave up on calling it homeschooling when she realized that most of the education that really matters happened naturally because of the farm. Their lives are centered around the seasons and weather directed by God. As a family they are in the process of starting a micro dairy and making cheese along with the conventional crops of corn, beans, and beef cattle. Kim blogs about home management and other topics at Large Family Logistics.


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