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2 thoughts on “It’s More than 52 Cards, It’s a Conversation”

  1. It’s cars for me…if I put the kids in the car on a longer than to the grocery store trip, they just start yakking away about everything. Doesn’t matter how old they are, 5-25, they all do it, and I love it. 🙂

    With my second oldest I learned a lot of things taking him back and forth to school every day (25 minute drive each way). 🙂

    I think cards (or in my case cars) allows them to open up w/o feeling put on the spot. 🙂

    Good post!

  2. I actually hate playing cards. It was never something that I did growing up, but my husband on the other hand did. He has 6 siblings, so they played a lot of games, including cards and his parents still have card games with their friends and at family events.

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