To avoid raising spoiled kids, give them chores early and often.
And simple ways to course-correct.
Here's some expert-backed advice for parents who want their children to be positive forces in their communities.
My children are nine and six, and they have to participate in the household to the best of their abilities. Of course, that
Someone should, anyway, and I'm not one to pass the buck. But the sun is bright in an autumn sky, the temperature invites
That was easy!
"Put away the screens."
When school begins routines and schedules change and chores for kids seem last on the list of things to do. Yet you want to include chores in these routines so they are followed throughout the year without a fuss. A great way to make them work is to make them a parent-child/teen effort.
It turns out that you ARE doing the dishes because of the patriarchy.