Tips on Achieving Family Balance from an Older Generation
Editor's Note: Do you regularly ask your parents, grandparents or older-generation people in your life questions about life, marriage, and parenting? If not, you're missing out on the knowledge they have to pass down. While things may have been different in their day -- like, omg, no need for letters to moms on iPhones back then -- they have a wealth of experience that can help us make sense of life in our times. Rebekah at Potholes and Pantyhose shared some things she learned by watching her parents -- who recently celebrated their 36th wedding anniversary. Some good advice going on here! -Jenna
2. Always kiss, hold hands, tell each other you love them until it grosses out everyone else around you-and then some.
3. Put God first, spouse second, kids third and everything else after that. Unless you have cats. Then, it’s a tie for third.