IF IT WORKS GO FOR IT, WE DIDN’T HAVE TO MUCH OF A FIGHT FOR HOMEWORK, BUT THEY HAD TO EARN THEIR ALLOWANCE, IT WENT PRETTY GOOD. Getting them to eat, another story.
When my oldest daughter started bringing homework home (i think i twas the third grade) our school nights became a battleground. my daughter would bring out every arsenal within her power…and it was exhausting. i dreaded homework. my daughter didn’t understand homework was non-non-negationable. she wanted me to do it. i didnt want to. she didn’t want to…i had to end it.
i had to tell her the truth…
i confessed to her that she works harder then grown ups do.
“I do?!” she said, absolutely shocked.
“Oh, yes, children work harder than most of their parents.” i said. she asked how. “grown ups have already gone through school & have learned what they loved to do the most. then they chose a job that allows them (hopefully) to do what they like. YOU, have to do things you do not like, or things that you are not good at…you…
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