With the anniversary of September 11th looming just around the corner, television has began playing programs of that day. On one program it said "by next year, nobody under the age of 17 will have memories of that day". It got me thinking about my children, who are 5 and 3, that will probably hear/read about that day in their history books.
What do you or have you told your children about this day? If you do tell them, are you able to hide the emotion of that day?
Do they ask questions as they get older?
Do you still have a lot of emotion over that day?
on Sep. 8, 2013 at 8:37 PM