If I don't tell my kids and grand kids about their ancestors, who will keep the "story" seeds alive after I'm gone?
Give your family the gift of your memories
Who in your family knows the stories that make
your family's history unique and special? You
Then you'll have those awesome stories already documented for every generation to follow.
Pop Pop used to take us bowling
every Saturday morning before the lanes got busy. He didn't care how we bowled as long as we tried and had fun.
Afterwards, we would skip lunch and go right to the ice cream parlor. As we licked and bit into our cones, he would tell us stories about what HE did as a kid and how his parents raised him.
Pop Pop died when we were in high school. I'm so glad he took the time to spend time with us and tell us about his life as we told him about ours.
What are you doing with all your memories?
You know, the ones that are tucked away that you haven't thought of in a long time? The ones you think you might want to share with your kids and grandkids but secretly you're afraid they won't be interested? So you don't tell. You don't want to bore anyone, afterall.
Let's capture your stories ... together, on video.
Your children and grandchildren will be so appreciative. Especially when you're no longer here to tell them the old stories in your special way.
Every child born into this world comes with an established history and DNA of those who lived before. We call it the gift that goes on giving.
Lucky for the child in the photo above, his family video tapes every major event happening in their world.
His grandparents have been journaling for years and before his great grandmother died, an audio tape was made of those memories she could recall.
Having your grandparents or an aged relative still alive ... read more