Sunday, September 11th
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So with that in the bag, I also started feeling super enthusiastic about being a Family History Consultant in my hometown. I knew I wanted to do it, but with the family's evening demands, I
wasn't sure how to go about it until it hit me that I could volunteer during the day if I could involve my kiddos. So I immediately contacted the local family history center and scheduled a meeting. You can imagine how thrilled I was to walk into the building and discover that they had had the same vision and had already created a children's family history room, equipped with toys, family history coloring books, and beautiful painted interactive family tree. So we put our brains together and the three of us decided to offer a class to the public geared toward moms doing family history with kids.
Drum roll please...
I’ve been handing out the fliers at all of the kiddos activities, and got the local library to hand them out at their desk, so far the reactions have been a mix of “okay you’re a weirdo” and “that’s AWESOME!”, but mostly the latter. I’m excited! Anyway, prepping both the BYU classes, and the Mommy & Me classes has kept me pretty busy in my spare time, but I'm thrilled about how things are coming together. So I'll keep you posted about how they go. Until then, Happy Summer!