40 memories to make with your kids

I don’t know about you – but one of my goals as a parent is to give my kids the best childhood I possibly can.

For each family that childhood may look different, but the one constant thing is that we want our kids to have good memories of growing up. We want them to have memories that make them laugh all those years later, that bring tears to their eyes and that remind them of how much they are loved.

As a mum, watching myΒ kids grow up brings such mixed emotions β€” I’m excited about all the new things that they will learn and experience – but myΒ mummyΒ heart wants them to stay little for just a little while longer.

40 memories - nay nays adventure

Looking back at your younger years, don’t you have a few specific childhood memories that really stand out?
I know I do…

1. Have a Game night

2. Make dinner together

3. Play in the snow / build a snowman

4. Picnic on the beach

5. Go on an individual date

6. Star gaze

7. Watch a sunset

8. Go on a bike ride

9. Go camping

10. Take a hike

11. Make traditions

12. Have a slumber day

13. Have a back garden fire night

40 memories - nay nays adventure

14. Fly a kite

15. Take a class together

16. Attend a festival

17. Make homemade pizza

18. Set family goals

19. Build a fort together

20. Have a midday dance party

21. Watch the clouds

22. Plant a flower / vegetable garden together

23. Make a family collage

24. Throw a themed party

25. Make party decorations

26. Write a short story together

27. Bake cookies for other family members

40 memories - nay nays adventure

28. Do volunteer work

29. Run a colour run together

30. Have breakfast in bed

31. Throw a holiday scavenger hunt

32. Road trip

33. Leave special messages for the kids to find

34. Have a backyard movie night

35. Play messy twister

36. Skip rocks at the lake

37. Swim in the sea together

38. Climb a mountain or a big hill

39. Sit and listen.

40 memories - nay nays adventure

40. Be present.

No matter how many activities you do together if you aren’t present and engaging in the moment the memories just won’t be the same. The best gift you can give to your kids is being present and enjoying being with them.

What favourite memories do you have from your childhood? How do you intentionally unite your family? Β Do you have family dates?

I’d love to hear about your family’s favorite ways to stay connected!

happy adventures

nay nay x

40 memories - nay nays adventure

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Homemade Remedies says:

    This is so wonderful! I can’t wait to have kids of my own soon! I remember playing some of these as a child! This bring back fond memories!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Diana says:

    Lots of great ideas! Thanks πŸ™‚

    Liked by 1 person

    1. nay nay says:

      Thank you & you’re welcome ☺️


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