From extra allowance to special gifts, there are plenty of ideas for encouraging kids to help out around the house.
While those techniques may work for many families — and I encourage you to do what’s best for yours — I have found other approaches work best for my own brood.
I should mention having a picture-perfect home is far from a priority for me. I myself am the type who’s desk is often scattered with papers, and I rarely make my own bed. I am hardly an expert when it comes to “keeping a home.”
Knowing all this, and you want to bail, I understand, otherwise continue reading for some tips from a messy mom like me.
Summer is in full swing, and Americans have accepted that this season will unlike any other in recent history. Many of our favorite summer spots are closed, or running with limited capacity, and health concerns have left many families wary of venturing too far beyond their homes.
With limited and restricted options for entertainment, you may wonder what to do with kids all day. Afterall, bored kids can be the worst.
A little resourcefulness and creativity can turn those bored days into memorable ones. Read on for some ideas to try with your family.
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