Normalcy

I found a rare 3 for 1 deal on full racks of pork ribs at the store. So, for dinner, we are about to sit down to:

Bar-B-Q pork ribs
Asian coleslaw
Fried okra

And, my house is clean because I finally got around to redoing the weekly cleaning jobs as well as the daily jobs. Life could be finally be settling down into a new normal. (And none too soon, as far as my mental health is concerned.)

Have a great holiday weekend, everyone!
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And, if anyone wants be to elaborate more on how we do our household jobs around here, let me know. Otherwise, I'm going to assume that it is far too mundane a subject and skip it.

Comments

Carla said…
I would love to have you reiterate what you expect at what age level (maturity level?). How early did you start household chores with your oldest ones? I can see when you have several older ones already doing chores that the younger ones want, in a sense, to be included, but how did you start initially?

If you'd rather just refer me back to a previous post, I understand...

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