the kids will never remember

We have started to contact people on our list this week! It has been a blast to call you up and hear genuine excitement on the other end of the line. In this process I definitely am the more serious one. I have my questions and I stick to the list. My husband just dances around, interjecting thoughts/questions at his leisure so I am sure we come across-like we often do… very unpolished. We still have more people to reach out to but for now I need a break from interview questions!

We are grateful to be receiving waves of positive compliments from people that ‘get it’. Every now and again, people call what we are doing into questions. My favorite remark is, “but the kids won’t remember.” It makes me smirk and shake my head because I realize how differently we see things. They have a different understanding of what my actual motives are for this adventure.

Traveling the world is a dream that we are fulfilling sure, but a bigger dream for us is to have a healthy, happy family.

I am not traveling the world with my children so that they can say they have been to all of these places as adults. Because you are right the likely-hood of them remembering is low. I am doing it to create UNITY and a BOND for my family.

We felt like we were becoming to busy with our lives and worried that we would lose our family if we didn’t take some time to create solidarity before our kids were grown. We decided to become professional parents for a year, with some nanny help-obviously. If I invest in this time with my family while my children are young, then hopefully it will generate a link that will give us support and love for the rest of our lives.

A friend of mine told me if you want to experience what your family is really like move away. Establish your own people and then move back and you will have your grounding.

Honestly traveling with kids will be work, it might be easier when they are older, but if I keep putting things off until it is most convenient, I would be putting off my whole life. In truth there is no such thing as the perfect time. We are at a point now where we are physically healthy, financially able, and our kids still want to be with us! Ha! We don’t know what all those factors will be down the road. I don’t want to sound macabre, but we don’t know how long we will be on this planet. I look for ways to realize my dreams and then devise time to do it.

Because the things you really want, you can’t talk yourself out of.



55 Comments
  • Ella Folkerts
    Posted at 21:10h, 25 January Reply

    Your mindset throughout this whole process is so wonderful! This is such an amazing opportunity for your family – and I think the decision you two have made speaks volumes of your character, faith, and loyalty to raising happy, well-rounded children.
    Although I’m not holding out any hope of being selected, I am so genuinely excited for all the adventures that await your family ❤

    • Morgan Heywood
      Posted at 22:34h, 25 January Reply

      I admire your resolve to do now what you know to do be right and not put it off. You are so right about not putting it off and I know there must be a lot of criticism and misunderstanding coming your way. I have had so many times when I know I ought to do something and just put it off and all that leads to is regret. My mom recently told me “I resolve to do what I ought and I do what I resolve no matter what.” You are doing that and I am so proud of you! And I don’t even know you! Ha. Anyways, I hope you find a fabulous nanny that just melds in with your darling family. I may or may not have thought “Wow, they are in over their heads” a time or two since hearing about your adventure, but then I just think “Wow, they are going to have the BEST time and their family will be forever better because of it!” To take a whole year to devote to your family is astonishing and almost unheard of these days. Thank you for being different and for breaking the standard par.

    • Tara
      Posted at 14:43h, 28 January Reply

      I hope you call Candice Leigh O’bar ? She’s your girl!

  • Ally Mangia
    Posted at 21:11h, 25 January Reply

    I think what you are doing for your children is simply amazing. I wish that more families could have the same opportunity. Your children will thank you in the future for this amazing trip and it will definitely shape who they become!

  • Sarah-Jane
    Posted at 21:11h, 25 January Reply

    I am loving this blog.. you are very right in what you are saying and I like what you believe in 🙂 Good luck with the search, hope we can chat soon

  • Bertrand emilie
    Posted at 21:14h, 25 January Reply

    Your kids might not remember it but this experience will definitely build them as they grow as individuals and as a family! The moments they’re going to spend together will make their bond stronger as brothers and sister. And I’m sure they’ll be thankful when they grow older. Keep doing what’s best for you’re family. The people that judges you are just jealous…. don’t mind them. Have a nice break and have some fun!

  • Theresa Sluggett
    Posted at 21:22h, 25 January Reply

    I can still remember the times people said “why don’t you wait till they are older, they won’t remember” I could never understand that thought process! Our children are 21 and 23 and recently they were both visiting home and we were all out for a hike, ( one they will remember) and I could here them talking and saying I hope we all go on a trip soon. Our daughter said to my son, ” yes, just the four of us” Our son said that’s what he meant as well. I think it’s because we had so many experiences as a family that it made us close and still wanting that as adults. I am so excited for your guys adventure and following along. My daughter Cassie Sluggett applied and hopefully she’s made your call list . I also hope your family is all feeling better. Sending good thoughts your way.

  • Pam radakovic (Liverpool uk)
    Posted at 21:22h, 25 January Reply

    What a lucky family you are to be able to take this opportunity and enjoy spending so much quality time together as a unit. As a mum of three I spent every mi ute I could afford to be with my kids when they were smaller. After all I had them to enjoy and love and that’s exactly what I did. They grow so fast, in a blink of an eye is how it feels and before you know it they’re all grown up. I wish I had mine all over again as young kids and I wouldnt change a thing, the tantrums, tears, hugs, achievements. All imprinted in my mind as a beautiful part of my life. I now have three beautiful grown up kids who I’m so proud of. So enjoy every second of your journey and I hope your special nanny loves them as her own and keeps them safe xxxx

  • Cassady Brown
    Posted at 21:24h, 25 January Reply

    I love this! Even at such a young age, your kids are going to learn so much about life, culture and the world and are so lucky to get to do so. I hope you find someone who is a perfect match for your family and has as much love for your kids as they deserve. (I also hope that person is me) Best of luck regardless, whoever you choose will be so blessed!

  • Kelly
    Posted at 21:25h, 25 January Reply

    I moved abroad with a family I worked with 11 years ago. We were in Itaky for half a year. The kids were 2 and 4. The 4 year old, now 15, remembers some and the 2 year old, now 13, loves hearing the stories and looking at the scrapbooks we made with them. I gave the kids disposable cameras and after any adventure we spent time decorating a page and writing what was important to them. One of my favorites was after a whole crazy trip the babes favorite part was when I hosed gelato off him on the balcony after he ate his cone from the bottom up lol. These moments bonded us, these people became forever a part of my life, part of my family and we still visit each other every year. The kids both developed a love of travel and the arts and was such a joy to see them cross language barriers through the joy and excitement me sometimes lose as adults. Cherish your journeys with them! Even those long cranky flights become fun tales to laugh about later on (:

  • Rachel Cicarelli
    Posted at 21:25h, 25 January Reply

    You are right, while they may not remember all the details and specifics, they still will remember! They will remember the love their parents had for each other, and for them. They will remember the joy they experienced in each memory. They will remember the sense of security and feeling safe to explore, learn, and try new things without fear of failure. They will remember having parents who had a dream and a vision for their lives and worked towards it. They will experience different cultures and see the world through child-like eyes, accepting and innocent. As they get older they will see the pictures and hear the stories about the experience, and looking back they will remember it for all of the above reasons. More importantly they will remember it as a time where anything in life was possible, where family was priority one, and they were taught how precious all life is, and no matter where you find yourself in the world, you are never alone. Be blessed my friends and do not listen to the critics. There is so much to remember!

    • m'kenzie tillotson
      Posted at 21:27h, 25 January Reply

      “no matter where you find yourself in the world, you are never alone” this statement is perfection!

  • Sarah Gillis
    Posted at 21:29h, 25 January Reply

    This is so great!! Thank you for taking the time to write a blog explaining to all of us why you are doing this but just so you know, you do not need to validate your reasons to any of us!!! This opportunity that you are offering to so many people around the world is absolutely amazing and I can assure you that the nanny you pick, that is the best fit for you and your family, will not forget the best job he/she has ever had and the amazing family who gave them the opportunity of a LIFETIME 🙂

  • Charlotte Bateson
    Posted at 21:31h, 25 January Reply

    Your blogs are always an inspiration but the photographs even more. These are something you are all going to remember the most and hold dearest. These are your memories. This last year my mums circumstances have pushed me to achieve goals, apply for jobs i’d have no chance of obtaining and start to see the world rather than just dreaming about it. It’s taught me to look at the bright side, to see the positives in every situation. This adventure you and your family are taking is something they will remember. Remembering the times you share with your family is something no matter how young you will never ever forget. What your all doing is such an amazing thing and you guys should be so proud.

  • Skye Dolph
    Posted at 21:34h, 25 January Reply

    My mom and dad took us all around the states when I was gtowing up. We would go on long road trips all the way across the country just so they could be enclosed in a tiny van with their 3 kids. Sure it was tough and there was sibling rivalry but my parents didn’t care. Whenever they felt too absorbed in their lives the would through in the car and bring us to a magical place. My mother started the before and after school program at my schools just so she could spend the very last and first minute with us outside of school. This was her method of immersing herself with us in her day to day because she loved being around us. I am saying all of this because my mom tells me now that her friends are always complaining about how their kids never call or visit and they haven’t seen or heard from them in months. My mom lack empathy there because all 3 of her kids call her at least 3 times a day. We call to tell our parents good news, bad news, to talk about how they are doing, or even sometime what we ate for dinner! Because my mom and dad showed us how important we were to them growing up, they are now the most important people in our lives without effort.

    I think it is truly amazing what you are doing and love that you are excited about taking on the challenge of travel. Alone or with kids traveling can be difficult and I am proud of you for seeing past that to see the true victory of a lasting bond. To five take flight! Cheers!

  • Lindsey Newberry
    Posted at 21:40h, 25 January Reply

    You are so right! While the kids may not remember everything they will remember being with you guys and spending that quality time together. I have been vacationing with my parents since I was a few months old and at least one trip every year. I may not remember every single thing we have done but some of my greatest interests and hobbies have come from my experiences! I’ve loved collecting rocks ever since I can remember and my parents say it all started when I was 18mos old in Colorado. I refused to leave the rocks where they should be. So yes your hold may not remember every move but they are in their formative years and will very well learn a lot from this trip. Best of luck and hope to hear from you soon:)

  • Kali Winn
    Posted at 21:40h, 25 January Reply

    I love what you said about finding your own grounding as a family! When I was quite young my parents made the decision to move us across the country. We were moving away from all our extended family, and we were the only ones to ever leave. It was difficult to be away from what we knew and what was comfortable, but it made me and my parents closer, and it developed in me an independence that I am grateful for every day. I am so inspired to see more families choosing to be brave and rely on themselves to create something better than they could have imagined. Thank you for sharing your story with us!

  • Kayla Dyer
    Posted at 21:42h, 25 January Reply

    Thanks for sharing your heart and family with the world. I pray that Lord willing I am this kind of mom. You have a Beautiful family!! Y’all make it look easy while keeping it real!

  • Anais Piazza
    Posted at 21:45h, 25 January Reply

    Throughout what i’ve seen around me, it seems that there is no perfect magic way to raise children. But happy parents will make happy children for sure. You’re on the right path to achieve that for sure 🙂

  • Marta
    Posted at 21:49h, 25 January Reply

    Not long ago, I was talking with a friend about traveling when we were kids. We both had luck and we’ve been traveling since we were born. Maybe not long distance travels, but I remember going every Sunday somewhere near my city to a little village, a church, a museum, even some waterfalls around.

    Sometimes when I’m talking with my mother about going to somewhere she tells me that I’ve already been there.
    Really? I don’t remember
    And my mother always says,
    I don’t know why we’ve been travel so much when you were little if you don’t remember anything.

    Well, the other day when I was talking with my friend I realized how important were that travels ‘That i don’t remember at all’

    Without realizing, all the traveling had make me the person that I’m now. A resolutive, empathetic, tolerant, curious, independent and powerful woman. I love traveling, listening, observing, mixing and learning about other cultures and people.

    All the traveling had give me the keys for being a strong woman and believe that I can do everything that i want. I already been living in two countries abroad and I did my first solo travel, and I only have 23 years!

    I love my family and friends, and I try to never miss anything about them. But after all, I realize that the best thing is to be every day with them, spend time and share the little daily things that I had never given importance. I think it’s a very brave idea to take all your family for a year, not only for the kids, also for you both as a couple. I hope everything goes well and in a few years you will realize how lucky you were, even if everybody thought “that you were crazy”

    And besides of that, your kids will have cute photos in beautiful places to put in their livings rooms, just like I have.

  • Kaitlyn Pugh
    Posted at 21:57h, 25 January Reply

    Everything you are doing for your family is a dream I’ve had since I was a little girl. Growing up my parents always did the best they could to make family a priority. Since taking care of kids in an orphanage for over a year my understanding of why family is so important is even greater now.
    I put credit on my phone today just in case my phone just in case I’m on that list. My hope is in Jesus. I would love to be part of your family and be like the aunty or older sister to your kids. I’ve been praying for your choice!

  • Zachariah Handran
    Posted at 22:04h, 25 January Reply

    What a beautiful read. You make your points quite elegantly.

  • Kathleen
    Posted at 22:15h, 25 January Reply

    Our kids are so cute !! and seriously, how people can answer this question ? only you know what is the best for your kids ans even if they couldn’t remember the all trip, it’s a such enrichment for them.

    I send so much hugs from France for all the rest of interview ! you need courage 😉 God bless you so much .

    The lion girl 😉 Kathleen

  • Stacy Jones
    Posted at 22:40h, 25 January Reply

    They may not remember it all, but you do learn certain things from being in a whole other country. And you do learn a lot about your family, and have good memories from it! And a few frustating ones too im sure. Yes, traveling with kids will be a bit more difficult……more stuff to travel with (strollers, baby stuff, toys etc), grumpy times when they are tired, especially from being stuck in a plane for long hours, or on layovers at airports, foods they may not like in certain places, hotel rooms that may not give them much space to play, if one gets sick, and still has to travel that day, it may be difficult for them…..but you can point out the beauty of each place you visit, visit some places for just the kids too, teach them about different cultures and people, and soooo much more!!

  • Mikayla
    Posted at 22:41h, 25 January Reply

    They may not remember on their own. But the pictures, the bond, and the joy you will have being present with them will be so worth it. There is nothing greater than time with your children and I admire the families that travel with young kids. It’s work, for sure. But it’s work that’s worth it and that will create memories that will be told to your children’s children! Praying for you on your journey for finding the perfect match.

  • L'amour Anne
    Posted at 22:56h, 25 January Reply

    As a kid who traveled with my family at a young age, it is an incredibley positive influence on the kids and family in gerneral! I bonded with my parents and brother in ways that only my family understands! It’s amazing
    In my studies we learn that cultural experience is so important for everyone no matter the age!
    So excited for you guys!

  • Janae Zeigler
    Posted at 23:03h, 25 January Reply

    So well written! Thank you for sharing your heart. Your kids may not remember specifics of this year of travel but they will remember that you and and your husband love them so much.

  • Mayara
    Posted at 23:37h, 25 January Reply

    I totally agree with tou. You never know what future brings. And you can do this now and maybe in a few years do it again, when the kids are bigger, they’ll have a different perspective, different sensations, and you’ll still have places that you couldn’t reach this time.
    Sometimes people say those things because they don’t have the guts to do what tou’re doing, but deep down that’s what they wanted.

  • kimberly verbeek
    Posted at 23:40h, 25 January Reply

    I think its a great idea to travel with your children now. Yeah it will bond you as a family and you will have amazing adventures. I travelled with my parents a but when I was younger and gave fond memories of those times.
    I love your pictures they are great. You have a eye for pictures.
    Good luck on the rest of your interviews. I still hope I get to chat to you but if not keep up the good work.
    From Kimberly verbeek

  • Helena Riva
    Posted at 23:44h, 25 January Reply

    I grew up travelling with my family!
    I love sitting down with my parents and hearing about all the amazing things we experienced together.
    I know I am a better person for it, even if I can’t grasp exactly why.
    Your kids might not remember the places you visited, but there’s something inside of them that will change forever (cheesy ? I know…)
    In Brazil we would say that what you are giving your children “não tem preço” … which means you can’t put a price tag on it, its benefit is imesurable.

    Stay strong with the interviews and follow your gut! I’m sure you’ll find the right person for this trip!

  • Ashley Levitt
    Posted at 23:44h, 25 January Reply

    You don’t travel to “remember” or to say “you’ve been to x y z”… You travel for the experience- the emotions and the experience of loving life to the fullest here and now, and that feeling like you’re truly living. if you can share that with your family, that is an incredible bonding experience, that will not only imprint memories in your heart for the rest of your life, but that will also help you and your soul grow as a person! You and your family are getting the opportunity to grow as individuals,but together as a family! And that’s something truly special and rare in today’s busy and hectic world ☮️

  • Kylie arnold
    Posted at 00:19h, 26 January Reply

    They will remember much more than you think, and it will shape them into the people they will become. It will give them more open minds and more giving hearts. Traveling the world is a fantastic idea!

  • Kathryn Steele
    Posted at 00:27h, 26 January Reply

    I love your blog and remember to follow your heart because that is the strongest weapon you will ever own!

  • Carolyn
    Posted at 01:38h, 26 January Reply

    I was excited for days after I read your blog! I love to travel and see new things and I have 2 kids of my own and am a grade 1 teacher. If this had been before my kids were born I would have been alllll over this amazing adventure! I am also passionate about nature and photography and I chose to leave my job to raise my kids until my youngest was in Grade 1 so the importance of family and taking opportunities to bond and be grounded as a family resonates so much for me! I am so happy to read your blog and to follow your journey. I hope that you will continue to let us know how your adventures are going and would LOVE to see pictures of all that will be your life changing journey! Would have loved to have been part of it, but it looks like you have plenty of applicants 🙂 Blessings in your adventures!

  • Liz E
    Posted at 02:22h, 26 January Reply

    Haven’t got a call yet, but hope to get the chance to prove I have the skills and responsibilities to be a great travel nanny.

  • Alisha Sands
    Posted at 03:24h, 26 January Reply

    Well written and well said. Maybe they won’t remember every detail, but memories will be made. As a family you will absolutely grow and your bond you create during this time of travels will be like a foundation. You are teaching them so much and especially the importence of family. The memories I remember most from my childhood are of camping with my family. You’re both doing an amazing thing following your dreams and showing each of your children the importance of following those dreams. Keep doing what you’re doing!

  • Luizelena
    Posted at 03:59h, 26 January Reply

    I understand you’re not going to travel for your kids to remember the places they’ve been. I suppose you know they will have great learning experiences not being only in an usual classroom. People that say this to you didn’t get your point and I wonder if they want to, lol! B. Rgds

  • Jennifer Gardner
    Posted at 08:25h, 26 January Reply

    Well said it has taken me years to find this out for myself. Your children are very lucky to learn this at such a young age and make the most of there life dreams.
    My saying that I live by now is
    “DREAM BIG TO LIVE BIG”

  • Tale Malmstrøm
    Posted at 09:36h, 26 January Reply

    You have a way with words which makes me quite jealous. It reminds me about my mother and the website she managed while we did our circumnavigation. It is such a great way to keep people in the loop on how you’re doing and what you’re doing. Like you said you’re kids might not remember it but that’s really not the point. The point is to make you stronger as a family. And I can assure you, it will even tho it will be difficult at times. The reason I know this is from my own experience. My siblings and me were quite young when our parents took us traveling so we don’t remember that much, but the feeling of unity, excitement and love is something i will never forget. You should be so proud of yourselves as a family for taking a chance and doing this. ? One last ting, if you ever come to Norway, we would love to show you around and have a chat.

    Ps. This is the website my mum managed while we traveled. It’s really out of date, so hopefully you’ll feel better about you’re blogg! Because yours is really good! http://3tweb.info

  • Gerhild Magerl
    Posted at 12:01h, 26 January Reply

    Yes, you are quite right!
    There are so many people that think kinds must be first, but I think they are a part of the family, like everyone! They have special needs, resulting fom their age, but that is it! I am a childrens physiotherapist and a traveller and know, they will be happy to go with their parents, just because they go with their parents. These are the suroundings where they will feel save!
    And this may be any place in the world. I know another other travelling family. Maybe, it is just because I am a bit older and a bit more experienced, i know children can cope with a lot and parents are allowed, to have their own life, although having children! I think you have a good attitude and common sense!
    Unfortunally you have not called me yet in Germany! 🙂

  • Holly Jade Stone
    Posted at 12:15h, 26 January Reply

    Children develop through exploring the world around them and what better atmosphere than the whole world! Love your positivity and desire to make the world their playground❤

  • Paula
    Posted at 13:21h, 26 January Reply

    I think you are doing something so great for not just your kids but for your whole family!! We left our safe little home haven with a 1 year old and packed up and moved all the way to China! 3.5 years later and we’re still here! Our family is so much stronger now because of it and we’ve had the opportunity to travel to so many more new places because of coming here! There’s so much out there! You won’t regret it!!

  • Brenda Lloyd
    Posted at 15:22h, 26 January Reply

    As a child we didn’t have a lot of money for travel but our family did a summer camping adventure. I am the youngest of three, I was about 3 when we went and although I don’t remember the whole adventure, I do have very specific memories of that trip that I still remember vividly to this day.

  • Stephanie Leigh Maratea
    Posted at 16:02h, 26 January Reply

    Aww, this is so nicely written. I dream of this with my future family one day. What we instill in the young minds will become a part of them forever. So choose wisely! Traveling, tasting new foods, seeing beautiful sites, educating them on other cultures, and letting them experience life the way it should be lived is so incredible! Sure, they may not remember every detail as they grow, but they WILL remember the important aspects such as being together as a family on this journey. We cannot always wait for tomorrow or “when _____ is better”, because that day may never come. NOW is the time. This is such a beautiful thing, and your family bond will only grow deeper because of it. Enjoy the journey leading up to the bigger JOURNEY! Thanks for the honor of being a part of it. You’re incredible people; follow your path ?

  • Sarah-Rose
    Posted at 08:27h, 27 January Reply

    This was almost the exact answer I gave my friend and family when I quit my job to travel. I have been at it for over a year now, and do not regret for one moment the experiences I have gained, the people I have met and how much I have grown from the experience. I can only imagine how experiencing this all with your team will bring such a bond that you could never find anywhere else. After all, “we aren’t getting any younger!” (I had to keep telling my grandparents this when I left). You will grow from every moment

  • Rama Tawfiq Alloush
    Posted at 21:05h, 28 January Reply

    Well said it has taken me years to find this out for myself. Your children are very lucky to learn this at such a young age and make the most of there life dreams.
    My saying that I live by now is
    “DREAM BIG TO LIVE BIG”

  • Nikki Turkenburg
    Posted at 20:39h, 29 January Reply

    I really, genuinely admire your bravery in taking this step. Like you said there is never the perfect time for anything, but still, chase after your dreams requires some guts!

    I hope the journey will bring everything your family dreamt about and more! 🙂

  • Lyndsie
    Posted at 07:32h, 30 January Reply

    I love this! Regardless of whether or not they remember, this amazing experience will shape them to become wonderful adults with a heart for adventure and an endless love and appreciate for their family and others. So cool. All of the best on your trip!

  • Lyndsie Karcher
    Posted at 07:35h, 30 January Reply

    I love this! Regardless of whether or not they remember, this amazing experience will shape them to become wonderful adults with a heart for adventure and an endless love and appreciate for their family and others. So cool. All of the best on your trip!

  • Noelle O'D-Burke
    Posted at 17:56h, 31 January Reply

    It does not matter that the kids may not remember, what matters is that the experiences they will have will forever be part of who they are. Their little personalities will forever be enriched by their parents courage to embark on this wonderous adventure.

  • (Mary) Katherine Walker
    Posted at 07:15h, 01 February Reply

    Hello, I have been unable to access the website to send my resume to you, I have sent several emails hoping to catch your eye. I am an older woman, no children, divorced, and I only have a little dog as a buddy. She is a Chihuahua, not the shaky kind. Haha. You can call me through Facebook page, I answer all calls. Lol.
    You have some handsome children and I would love to teach them things I know about, and to see the world through their eyes.
    I stop for now, please do consider myself for the adventure. Thank you.
    Katherine

    P.S.
    My first name is Mary, I just have never answered to it. Haha

  • Rachel
    Posted at 04:05h, 12 February Reply

    Oh my gosh, what precious pictures!

  • Franceline Maquignon
    Posted at 20:51h, 09 March Reply

    Ia’orana,

    I wish I would have experienced such a family life like the one Porter, Beckett and Wren.are enjoying. They are going to enjoy real freedom growing with such an amazing and multicultural adventure. Worldwide cityzens, they will thank you for being offered with this unique opportunity of experiencing the full-scale life. If you need help, I would be happy to share my experiences and knowledge.
    Talk to you soon,

  • Jennifer Stewart
    Posted at 05:24h, 14 March Reply

    The gift you are giving your children is amazing. The culture and experience is one that they will be able to grow from, one that will help shape them in ways they would not be able to get any other way. You will be surprised as they grow how much they do remember. It may not be specifics, but a smell will trigger something in their minds, a sound will bring them back to a place in their childhood. A song or a phrase will remind them of a festival that they attended. They will be somewhere, a museum or a church, a library or a park and it will have a hint of something familiar and it will bring them back to this year in their lives. They will remember the feelings they had, the happiness, the love. They will in no doubt remember. Good job Mamma and Daddy, you are raising children that will be able to look at the world through different eyes.

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