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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Household Chores

Does your child/children  helps you with household chores?  Just from my observation, not all kids is willing to help in the household  chores but with proper  guidance,  your child would  learn how to help you  without you imposing it. 
Mr. Burrito is my little helper at home when his  sister is at school. He likes to help  in washing the dishes everyday.  The key is their willingness in doing it.  If you impose it, they would resist.  So I always ask them if they want to help and I always get a positive response which makes me very happy.  Another favorite chore they love to do is  laundry.  Sometimes, we do our math lesson and organizing skill with this  household chore.
Our newly washed mink blankets

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    1. there are lots of teaching lessons to be learned in helping with chores. :)

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  2. padigdiha na an ta magtarabang kasi kambal...wasak ang kusina ta. haha

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    1. Hahahaha baka magkaruludugan lamang an mads lol.

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  3. awww! what a Mommies helper he is, very sweet :-) Visiting from Color Connection Sis, hope that you can return the visit too.

    http://www.mommies2ks.com/2012/03/playing-go-fish-at-school.html

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  4. Very sweet! Nice to see him helping you!
    Hugs,Cindy

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  5. You are definitely training your children in the right way. More need to be like you.

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  6. What a cutie patooty! My kids weren't given the option to 'like' being Mommy's helper, it was expected.

    I hope you will pop by to help us bring 'angel love' for a young girl who is sick.

    Thank you.
    Have a beautiful PS weekend ~
    Marydon

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  7. awwwwww...ang babait talaga nang mga anak mo sis...so true...proper guidance is the key...musta po...hope ala na sipon mo..enjoy your weekend...:)

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  8. I think all kids love playing in the water, so dishes is always a good chore to do! Keep those little workers busy....looks like he doesn't even know it is "work"!!
    Have a lovely weekend!
    Karla & Karrie

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  9. Beautiful photos.

    Regards and best wishes

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  10. I love the photo of the blankets!

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  11. How cute is this! Great photos.

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  12. Your little guy's so cute and he looks like a hard worker!

    Good for you to get him to do chores.

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  13. Never to young to learn how to help in the home and even to enjoy the experience of feeling useful!

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  14. Allowing our kids to help with household chores will turn them into responsible adults. Here's my Happiness entry: http://www.pensivethoughts.com/2012/03/the-little-boys-performance-in-school-according-to-his-teacher.html

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  15. T’is a shame children cease wanting to help in the kitchen as they age. We still wash our dishes at this old place. Your little helper looks like he in really into his job. genie

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  16. I'll have to start over with my grandkids when they eventually come along. My kids- I never see them with all of their friends & activities. I have some mink blankets- you can wash them? What about the drier?

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  17. Happy Pink Saturday!
    It is always nice to see what each lovely lady is up to...and the creativity that flows...I pray that you all have a blessed week !
    Please come by my blog anytime...I love having you!
    God Bless......Kandy

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  18. What an adorable little helper you have.
    :-)

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  19. what a fanatstic little helper you have.

    Herding cats

    http://seathreepeeo.blogspot.com

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  20. Our Grandchildren live with us for the time being. We don't have any problems when we ask them to help with doing the dishes, taking out the trash etc. They also help do a lot of the preparation and baking. They get hands on experience from start to finish! Nice Post.

    Peace

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  21. HPS!

    Be proud of your little helper! He is so cute!


    Gabriela

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  22. HPS!

    Be proud of your little helper! He is so cute!


    Gabriela

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  23. HPS!

    Be proud of your little helper! He is so cute!


    Gabriela

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  24. Good job, little man! :) That is a good thing. So far I have no problem with my kid since he does love to help in everything that I do at home. Without even asking him he just steps in to help, sometimes maybe even too much help. hahahahaha.... It is always nice to let them help you and at the same time have fun because kids are all about fun when doing things. :) Visiting mommy.

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  25. Good job, Mr. Burrito. You're right, the key is willingness. Have a great week ahead, Rose. visiting for CC.

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  26. grabe, ang kyot kyot ni Mr. Burrito!!! gusto ko pang-gigilan :D kakatuwa :) you are definitely one happy and blessed mom to have rugrats as young as they are who are both willing to help you with chores :')

    thanks for sharing this over at Happiness Is. see you there again for another round of happy posts :)

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  27. Ha ha, they are busy little bees! Thank you leaving a comment on my pink coffee tables!

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  28. Looks like you have good little helpers. My kids used to like to do those same things. Dishes were always a fun chore for them. My daughter liked matching the socks too, she had trouble folding them, but loved matching them up. When she got a little older she wanted to vaccum, so that became her chore.
    Cherish those times, for way too soon they grow up.

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  29. what a sweet helper he is Sis, that makes his Mommy very happy :-) My kids have chores too, they help me set the table before we eat. Returning the visit from Happiness is...

    http://www.jessysadventure.com/2012/02/finally-i-have-an-ipad.html

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  30. very good Ej, Kay Kyla i have no problem love nya mag help s mga household chores.

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  31. Very good Ej, Kyla loves household chores din =)

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  32. ay, ang bait2x ni EJ. wtg EJ! :)

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  33. I must admit you are a better parent than me. My kids do not share household chores with me. If ever they do, I have to pay them for their works. Well, we can never have everything in life. Great that even EJ helps in some household chores. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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