It’s a lot of work, feeding our kids! When that meal ends with some gratitude and a little (or a lot of) help cleaning up, the whole experience can be a more pleasant – especially for the grown-up who cooked. Even better, kids are much more likely to get invited to eat at a friend’s house when they end each meal with these three sentences. And that means a little less cooking for us grown-ups!
Parenting Tip: 3 Sentences… Amazing Manners!
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