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Sharing the Kitchen: Advice for Intergenerational Families

Sharing the Kitchen: Advice for intergenerational families

By Lynn Willis, Service Coordination

Have you heard the saying, “two, too many women in one kitchen?"

Recently, after over 20 years of living in another region of the country, I joined my mother to live in her home.

I found that one of the areas of adjustment was using the kitchen.

My mother has been a real trooper about cooking dinner daily. While I would like to participate in the meal preparation process, I’m often not home at the time my mother wants to make and eat dinner.  Read more...

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