We Choose It For Our Child, And It Will Impact The Rest Of Their Life

March 3, 2017

  1. I absolutely love this post – so wonderful. It doesn’t matter where you are, as long as you are with the ones you love.

  2. Amanda says:

    This is so beautiful and holds so much truth. Intentional living is crucial in forming the type of family that we are, and consequently, what kind of people our children will grow up to be. Thank you for sharing.

  3. I really enjoyed this. Little things add up and become the best things they remember over time

  4. What an absolutely beautiful and thought provoking post. I have a 10.5 month old and I really want to be intentional about the little choices of things we do week in and week out as a family. Thank you for the inspiration.

    • Eryn Lynum says:

      Thank you so much Ashley! 10.5 months, I love that age of just-about-one 🙂 So fun!

  5. This is so wonderful. It really is the small things we do that build up their memories!

  6. This is so true that no matter where you are it’s the little things that will stay in a child’s memory. I know that’s how it was for me when I was growing up.

    With Love Rochelle

  7. Vivian says:

    What an amazing reality check you just gave. Beautifully written.

  8. rachel says:

    I needed to read this today. I forget how much the little things — just daily living — make up a life! <3

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