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The Way the Room Was Won … Or At Least a Small Cleaning Victory

Teaching the Kids to Fend for Themselves Starts from Cleaning Their Rooms

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There comes a time, when you have to say to your kids, clean your rooms. Not the continual repetitive mentions of: “Did you clean your room?” that parents say as a reminder, but looking your kids straight in the eyes and saying, “You…




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