Recession: How to Talk To Your Kids

She read some examples. "My daughter was grateful for her little brother snuggling. One of my sons was grateful for turtles when they're not stinky -- I don't know what that was about."

She turned to other pages. "We have everything from eyelids, to Graham crackers, to juice, and Piglet, from 'Winnie-the-Pooh.'"

She paused and bit her lip. "When you realize all that you do have," she said, "it makes the things that you don't have seem small in comparison."

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