Whether it’s cards or a full-on strategy board game, games have a way of breaking the ice and getting people to connect. And hint: you don’t have to play the whole thing. Our families have busted out Uno, Ticket to Ride, Checkers, Dominos, Hopscotch, and Yahtzee to name a few!
3. Arts and crafts
Grab the paints and chalk and let the kids get creative. You’ll enjoy seeing the process – whatever that looks like — years down the road.
4. Go for a walk
Something as simple as getting shoes and coats on for a walk around the neighborhood can capture some genuine family fun and memories of a unique season.
5. Play in the yard
Kick around the ball, jump on the trampoline, play on the swingset – the options here are endless. Let kids be kids and the fun will follow.
If you’re pretty sure you’re not into the matching formal outfits and would rather have a session that’s actually easy and fun, go ahead and reach out.
In-home sessions can happen rain or shine, in any season. Let’s make it happen!