Traditions Of My Family

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Every family has their own things that are important to them. Traditions or morals they like to uphold you could say. With each family these traditions or morals might be different. Either way every tradition or moral a family has is important to them. The questions are where do these traditions come from? Were they passed down generation after generation? Did your family just make their own? What traditions does your family have that you might not have even noticed? These are all questions to ask your family to find more out about your family. I found out some hidden traditions or morals that I never would have known without asking. My family are big believers of family, holidays, and hard work and I believe it has always been that way. My …show more content…
They have no past relatives that were high up just hardworking me. Some were farmers, some worked in factories, either way they worked for their life. After asking my father about somethings he though were important, the biggest was to work hard. He said to “work for the life you want” and even though he doesn’t know what our family was like 100 or 200 years ago he believes that they would agree. After looking into his past relatives I believe that as well. My mother’s family I believe was hard working as well. I know that my grandparents were and their parents too. Going back before that I believe they were hard working too. Moving from states away from their home has to be hard but they did it and they moved more than once! I can’t even imagine what that would be like. So even though both side of my family are from very different places some of their beliefs are the same and they are deeply rooted into my family even …show more content…
We used to live all within 10 minutes of one another and even now the farthest someone lives is 20 minutes away. We are very strict about holidays with our family. We believe very strongly that we should spend every holiday together as a family. This includes and is not limited to Christmas, New Years, Thanksgiving, Easter, and sometimes birthdays. I have always spent the holidays with my family and it is so very important to us all. Family is just so important in my family. We love spending time together and we always have one another 's back. We take care of each other when there is no one else who can . It is something I have grown up with my whole life and I plan to keep that tradition in the family starting with my own as

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