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March 20, 2006

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Jennifer

Bravo! What an accomplishment. Why should cleaning the house only be Mommy's job? She isn't the only one dirtying the house. I believe giving your children responsibilites at a young age is our responsibility as parents. Children can have fun doing almost anything and cleaning with siblings or just Mom and Dad can be fun too (especially when everyone is doing it together). That allows children to respect their belongings and those of who they live with. Heck, and it helps Mom out tremendously. I am sure it isn't easy to do at first, but many things you teach your children are not easy. But you follow through and it pays off... you have wonderful and most helpful children of all!

John Turner

I personally adore the fact that my Mom made me start doing all of my own laundry when I was in 6th grade. By the time I was in 10th grade, I became a star in the laundry room at the summer music camp I attended. I was able to help the poor kid who turned all of his multicolored shirts into one muddy color learn how not to do it again the next time!

If yrr fellows are vacuuming at 3, can laundry be far behind? Good Show!

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