A couple of years ago. I don't know how long now, too long really.
(I should have written down the date.)
Our family started reading the Book of Mormon to finish it.
We used a similar chart like this one to help move us along.
I liked this reward incentive because it was for each book,
instead of just doing one reward for the whole book.
It helped encourage us better.
We weren't the best at it every day. We tried though. Sometimes each member of the family would read a verse or two. Other times one person would read a few verses. Sometimes we listened to it with our devices. Other times we even watched a video. We forgot where we were a lot. That means we read double some times, or probably skipped some parts.
The point is we were consistent.
The kids were in the room with us, not always sitting still,
maybe never sitting still, or even behaving for that matter.
But we did it, We FINISHED!
That was a great feeling. Really Good.
The quote below and others like it, are what encouraged me to keep trying to finish the book with our family, even when it was challenging at times for sure:
(The quote is from Elder K. Brett Nattress from his Oct. General Conference talk,