Ever wonder when you can start putting your kids to work around the home, and cash in some dividends on this whole parenting spiel?
Good news is that it may be earlier than you think, and, if you can relax your standards a little (or maybe a lot), getting your brood to help out with household chores – more than just nominally – will not only make your life easier, but will teach the tots a valuable thing or two. Continue reading
It’s always fun asking children what they want to be when they grow up. My two girls tend to base their answer on one of two things: a) if we’re looking in a book, they’ll gravitate to the profession with the best fashion – it usually involves a tutu, a crown or someone with lots of lipstick, and b) if I ask them, at random, what they want to be when they grow up, their stock standard answer of the moment is the Disney princess of the day – Elsa has been in flavour for months.