The Holy Week is a time to rest and reflect. It’s a time to connect with the Lord and reignite our relationship with him.
It’s also a time to bond with our family. Usually, we get so busy with work and life in general that quality time with the
family sometimes tends to take a back seat. Bonding with the family doesn’t have to be expensive. It can be as simple as
bonding at home. As they say, home is where the heart is…so let’s build some memories there.
1. Prepare dinner together
Make dinner extra special by preparing it as a family. Preparing can start as early as the brainstorming of the dinner menu.
You might be surprised at the ideas your kids have up their sleeve. Aside from the actual bonding, it’s a good time to introduce the kids
to the joy of cooking! You can also take it up a notch by having a picnic in your backyard or maybe setting up your dining area and
make it look extra special. Are you ready? Let’s start cooking!
2. Movie time
There’s nothing like a good movie with the family to relax your spirits. Maybe this Holy Week, ask the
kids to prepare half of the movie list! It will be a way for you to know them more. Also since it’s a time to reflect,
choose some movies with good lessons and inspiring messages that they can ponder on. Frozen and UP are some
of the movies in our list. What are some of yours?
3. Trip down memory lane
Dust those old albums and get ready to go down memory lane. Relive some old memories and
create new ones while you’re doing it! Maybe show your kids how life was back then before cellular
phones and smart televisions were a thing!
Enjoy your Holy Week everyone! Whether it’s abroad, out of town, or at home, the most important thing is that it’s with
the people you love.
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