There’s a family a little like your own in this heart-warming collection of eight real-family profiles.
A Family Culture of Love
Meet the Pereira family. They love soccer, animals, and making bread because each of those things brings them closer together. Find out how in this episode of Happy Families.
A Recipe For a Happy Family
Too many cooks in the kitchen? That is never a problem for the Chavez family. In fact, making a delicious meal elbow-to-elbow is their favorite way to spend time together.
Blending Families: Love is Key
Love is the key—that is the motto the Goodjohn family lives by. Whether they are at home or at the park, you can bet that Nandi, Troy, and his daughter Dior are doing their best to show each other how much they care.
Family: One Big Experiment
The Oh family prefers to work on their chemistry while literally working on chemistry. They create a dry ice solution that will freeze household objects like candy, bottles, and even flowers.
Make It a Good Day
“I think being a mom is the most important job in the world—and I’m not joking,” says mother Clair Kenny, whose big family stars in the first episode of Mormon Channel’s brand new video series, “Happy Families.”
Pizza with the Puentes
The Puentes have learned to channel the energy of their home into family chores and activities that are both fun and productive. One of their favorite activities is pizza making in their backyard.
Raising a Family: Learning the Ropes Together
Christy, Jay, and their four kids are experts at all sorts of interesting things, but they know their success outside of the home is actually the result of success within the home.
What Family Means
The Davies bring new meaning to the phrase “one big, happy family.” With seven kids, Jim and Becky Davies’ family is bigger than they had dreamed it could be.