It’s the first day of summer! We have a long-standing family tradition of letting the kids stay up late (well past dark) on this longest day of the year to catch fireflies, playing tag and whatever else a child might find to do when his parents are not enforcing their usual bedtime rules. Now that they are all past the age of needing to be in bed before 8, our old tradition isn’t as thrilling but the memories are still fun. What summer memories are you making these days? Maybe you’ll find some ideas here in this week’s Encouraging Hearts & Home blog hop.
Last week our most viewed post Best Father Books for Kids from Anne at Learning Table. That’s a great way to make memories!
I’m featuring three posts this week that will help your summer memory-making:
- How to Make a Daddy Daughter Date Book from Jennifer at Celebrating Everyday Life is a wonderful way to record memories.
- These DIY Backyard Game Ideas from Michelle at The Scrappe Blog will give you opportunity for making all sorts of memories together!
- Use these 5 Easy Meals that Kids Can Make from JoAnne at Our Unschooling Journey to get your kids in the kitchen. It’s a great way to make memories and learned useful skills as well!
And Now, for This Week’s Encouraging Hearts & Home Blog Hop!
The Encouraging Hearts & Home Bloggers
Join your Encouraging Hearts & Home Co-Hosts each week for encouragement and support for your heart & your home. We hope to provide a space that builds each other up and lends a helping hand along the way. With all the negativity in the world, let’s shine a positive light!
Use the form below to share your posts this week, and please consider these nice things you can do:
- Follow and/or subscribe to your host’s blog.
- Visit a few other bloggers and show them your support. We all love getting comments, and who knows what inspiration you may find? Be sure to share the love–that’s what a blog hop is all about!
- Check out our Encouraging Hearts & Home Pinterest board where each host pins her 10 favorite posts each week.
- If you are interested in co-hosting, contact Anne at email@example.com