A Season of Rituals

As children grow older, welcome their input in the creation of family traditions and rituals.

Traditions and rituals speak volumes about a family's inner life and values — what the family stands for, its collective character traits, its hopes, humor, and interests. Traditions are part of the glue that bonds a family, and rituals affirm a family's closeness and uniqueness. Children treasure these customs and need them to maintain a sense of who they are, what they stand for, and their place in the world. This becomes particularly crucial as children enter the grade-school years, ...

Your school-age child is ready to participate in the creation of meaningful holiday customs.


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