How much do you like to keep traditions in your house? from parents, from grands
September 26, 2009 10:17am CST
Do you like to keep traditions in your home? Traditions in food, special days,Christmas, Easter, your aniversart...do you like to remember about how was in your home when you was kid? This make you remember about your parents and about grandparents, and like to learn your kids too, to keep this traditions alive? How much we are what parents was? How much will be our kids what we are today?
27 Sep 09
yes, I will like to keep the tradition in my family, and let it pass to my children. Some traditions that I would like to pass on 1) Making tradition cakes or snack during the Chinese New Year 2) Offering tea to elders during the 1st day of CNY 3) Visiting the tomb of our elders who has passed on 4) Visiting relatives during the festive seasons 5) Making tradition mooncake for the Autumn Festival and others too.
• United States
26 Sep 09
I love traditions. I have some from my childhood and then some I've started on my own. It is nice to have something to carry on and something to give. It's nice to think that my children may be doing the same type of things with their own. It does make me remember my childhood.
• American Samoa
26 Sep 09
i hope traditions would stay longer in our country. because of this financial problem and crisis, traditions are somewhat on hold or in pause like dor example in festivals or fiesta's so many food to buy, so many food to cook and so many to spend with. but in our family? usually our grandparents do it and they find a way to celebrate any tradition but since they're gone, our life has been changed and our tradition is i think not in a healthy situation :|
28 Apr 13
actually when my grandmother still alive in my mother side,we always have the tradition every lenten season and all saints day,we always go to the province where they will held a short prayer and prepare the food called diket,also know in tagalog as kakanin.
29 Sep 09
Tradition for me is very important at Christmas time because even with my grandparents gone, it's important to keep Christmas as it always was, in Canada and in Denmark. I also like the Canadian/American Thankgiving traditions in October (Canada) and November (USA).