Saturday, February 23, 2013

A fantastic time at Who Do You Think You Are Live

We've crossed the pond again to the world's biggest family history conference. I gave my "Grandma's Bullet Proof Vest" lecture this morning and talked to them about some of the new ideas in my book. I think it went really well. It is really a universal principle that family history is an important part of raising a well adjusted secure adult. And the adults who are teaching children all care deeply about doing everything we can to raise happy and healthy children. It is just so vitally important.

We're having a great time.

There is a great focus here on making sure the next generation is grounded in family history so that the history is preserved. When the next generation doesn't get involved early enough the older generation dies off and history is lost. It all just works so much better when the whole family can preserve their history together.

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