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 Martha Putnam, Hanley Center Foundation, Coordinator of Adult Programs

Last summer I went on a work trip to a suburb of Atlanta.  I brought my 17-year-old daughter and 10-year-old son.  I was in trainings during the day and left them to explore the hotel and nearby area.

They loved having time to learn from each other.  My son taught his big sister how to play Pokemon Go and they walked all throughout the park area finding Pokemon.

The next day my daughter took her little brother shopping and they bought bath bombs—He loved his bath bomb that night.  It was such a sweet time for them to teach each other a little bit of what was important in their life.    What could your children teach each other?  #MomSays