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plainpat 12-06-2010 06:56 AM

Our 2DDs both taught Grkids that laundry comes back to them,just like it's found in the hamper.Socks & Ts wrong side out,only one leg turned on jeans etc.

Smell the milk before using is another.A Grson learned that one the hard way.

You don't leave the house or have friends over on Sat morn, till you've straightened your room & put laundry in hamper.After Grdau couldn't find the clean clothes she just had to have on Sunday,she figured it was easier to follow Mom's rules.

I love seeing the girls teaching things they gave me a lot of grief about :-)

grammyp 12-06-2010 07:01 AM

Bill Cosby always said "I hope you have a child that acts just like you". Isn't it amazing what they actually learned from us.

May in Jersey 12-06-2010 07:06 AM

You have some very smart DDs, they must have learned it from you, May in Jersey

SuziC 12-06-2010 07:15 AM

They learn through osmosis. It's not till they are grown that they "get it" and start talking like the parents :lol:

erstan947 12-06-2010 07:22 AM

The best reward for being parents is when grown children call and ask, "mom, what were some of the chores we had to do for punishment. Like, washing the windows, hanging out the laundry, cleaning the bathrooms?" I loved it that he saw the value in teaching a lesson to his kids.:)

amma 12-06-2010 11:26 AM

I love seeing this with my DD's/grands too :D:D:D


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