The best family reunions don’t always involve the most expensive trips or meals, but rather include making and remembering joyful family memories. A great way to accomplish both of these goals is by including family history at your reunion.
If you’re considering making a family history book, you’ll want to create an heirloom your entire family can enjoy. But how can you share your love of genealogy with family members, young and old, who may not share your enthusiasm? Here are 5 ways to entice family members to open that family history book…
Getting started on family history work is a thrilling prospect. As you begin to find and build your family’s legacy, be sure to avoid these basic family history mistakes!
With bright costumes and spooky decorations, Halloween is a photo goldmine you don’t want to miss! However, Halloween is also celebrated mostly at night when photographs are challenging to take. Try these great tips and tricks to snapping the best Halloween Pictures.
If you ever come to a family reunion or Sunday dinner at my house you will find a great divide between those members of my family who have caught the metaphorical genealogy bug and those that have not.