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As the chief memory-maker, parents often run out of ideas to spend time together as a family. Activities have to be fun to engage children. At the same time, they must accommodate the elderly. A little imagination can solve that, though. Here are some ways to enjoy the best of both worlds:
Family outings make good sessions for bonding. With the right planning, the whole family can have great fun.
Tags: Family Bonding /3 Generation Family /Grandparenting
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