Do your kids expect clean folded clothes to magically appear in their drawers? Do they roll their eyes when you suggest they clean the bathroom? By racing in to make their lives easy, have you unintentionally reinforced your children’s belief that the world revolves around them?
Cleaning House – A Book Review
- Operation Clutter Control (Making Beds and Picking Up)
- Kitchen Patrol (Cooking)
- Grounding Time (Outdoor Duties)
- Working for a Living (Employment)
- Domestic Dirty Jobs (Cleaning Toilets)
- Roll Tide (Laundry)
- The Handyman Can…or Can He? (Fixing What's Broken)
- The Entertainers (Hospitality)
- Team Players (Working Together)
- Runner's World (Errands)
- It's About Other's (Service)
- Ladies and Gentlemen (Manners)
I found this book easy to read, at times it was a lot of information to take it but it kept me engaged and was challenging! I have to say the honesty of Kay is truly amazing, she even owns up to her faults as a mother who enabled her children to get to this point. That's one of the main reasons she decided to do something about it and break it down into simple yet practical steps so anyone can follow the experimental plan! She also shares the results which you have to read to find out!
I say for anyone looking to break through the entitlement and teach kids how to care for themselves while giving them the tools to be a dependable adult you need to get a copy of Cleaning House!
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