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Embrace the Past, Don’t Erase It 3

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To kids, a photo of a parent not living with them is worth a lot more than a 1000 words.
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  • Talking about prior family pictures in a stepfamily brings out people's passions. Biological parents want to preserve pictures for future generations. Kids need pictures and videos of family members who live in other homes. Stepparents want to know if there are appropriate boundaries for where photos are displayed. Think public and private. Kids should be free to display important pictures in their private space like their bedroom and mobile devices but not over the mantle in the living room.

To kids, a photo of a parent not living with them is worth a lot more than a 1000 words.

Embrace the Past, Don’t Erase It 3
2023-01-20

Embrace the Past, Don’t Erase It 3

Talking about prior family pictures in a stepfamily brings out people’s passions. Biological parents want to preserve pictures for future generations. Kids need pictures and videos of family members who live in other homes. Stepparents want to know if there are appropriate boundaries for where photos are displayed. Think public and private. Kids should be free to display important pictures in their private space like their bedroom and mobile devices but not over the mantle in the living room.

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Ron: To kids, a photo of a parent not living with them is worth a lot more than a 1000 words.

Announcer: For FamilyLife Blended®, here’s Ron Deal.

Ron: You know, talking about prior family pictures in a stepfamily brings out people’s passions. Biological parents want to preserve pictures for future generations.Kids need pictures and videos of family members who live in other homes. Stepparents want to know if there are appropriate boundaries for where photos are displayed. Well, yes, there are.Think public and private.

Kids should be free to keep or display important pictures in their private space. Their bedroom and mobile devices are good examples. But to a child who wants to hang a life-size wedding portrait of their biological parents over the mantle in the living room—you can say, “No.” For FamilyLife Blended, I’m Ron Deal.

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