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Chore Night!

One night a week is dedicated to chores, so we don’t spend our weekends doing them! We order takeout on chore nights as a little reward. Our two-year-old’s chores are to help us with laundry, recycling and compost.” — Randi … Continue reading

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Only Handle It Once

Teach OHIO—Only Handle It Once. Dirty plates skip the sink and go right into the dishwasher. Coats come off, bypass the living room chair, and go straight onto a hook or hanger. Boxes are emptied and go into recycling. A … Continue reading

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Family Contributions

To make chores seem like not such a…well, chore, stop calling them that. Instead, they become “family contributions.” Teach your 2-year-old to collect dirty clothes into a basket. Have your 7-year-old water the plants. Give older kids first picks from … Continue reading

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Rhymes for Couples

 Comical Explanation

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Do you remember…Laundry Chutes

Did you use to send plastic army men on secret missions down those chutes? Why would architects snub their noses at these marvelous features of multilevel homes? Yes, laundry rooms have, for the most part, moved up to the main … Continue reading

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