I have read that the connection to where we came from can frame our vision of where we are going. It seems so naturally-occurring that that when we preserve memories, we organically enable our families to embrace their lives. Below I have listed some ideas to archive these memories for them.
1. Make a special box of memories and personal items for each child. Pin a note to each personal item with a memory attached it. For instance, “This was the outfit you wore when we brought you home from the hospital.”
2. Create a videotape of you reading your child’s favorite story to them. Not only will the memories of you reading together be enforced, but your child will have a lasting recording of your voice. Consider videotaping other ways you spend time with your children — laughing, playing, holding them, and praying with them. Every time your children replay these videos they will re-experience the feelings of your presence. Read More