Shana shared, "Research shows that recounting good experiences imprints them on our minds and makes us happier people in general. You may not actually write down an answer every day, but just asking is what’s important. Asking this question repeatedly — maybe at the dinner table or when tucking your child into bed at night — creates a routine in your child’s mind and ideally becomes a habit that he or she will continue throughout his or her whole life. Life is a series of moments, and this question is a way to show your children how to isolate moments in their day and so that they learn to recognize and appreciate living in the moment."
We want to know: What questions do you ask your children everyday, and how have their answers changed over time?