No one wants to do chores, especially our kids. I personally think it’s an honorable way to teach kids responsibility, to hold themselves accountable for their space, and make sure they understand that we are a team. We all pitch in and do our part around the house so that come the weekend and evenings, we can relax and enjoy the home we’ve worked so
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