If you’ve used #52Stories to write your personal history, try #52Stories for families to help you record your family’s story, one question at a time. These weekly questions will get the conversation going so you and your family can discuss and preserve your most precious memories. At the end of the year, you’ll have a collection of the stories that have shaped your family and strengthened your relationships. Full Story
Photos and Stories
Be inspired to discover, preserve, and share photos, stories, videos, heirlooms, and other memories from you and your ancestors' past.
As people, particularly children, learn about their family’s origins, something amazing happens. They begin to feel more control in their lives, a higher sense of self-worth, and stronger beliefs in the family. Full Story
I’ve always had a bit of a sour attitude about going to the movies, mostly because it seems like a lot of money to spend just to go and shush my children in public for a few hours. But when the new Pixar movie Coco came out, my 10-year-old daughter begged me to take her to see it, and my 7-year-old son promised to be good, so I decided to be brave and take them. Full Story
Pixar and family history? You might not see the connection right away, but check out the new movie, Coco, and it’ll make perfect sense. Full Story
What’s for dinner tonight? Whatever you’re making—curry and rice, meat and three veg, spaghetti and marinara, or a simple can of soup—you’re also making history. Full Story