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and it only took 5 mins We have set upa) when we are all dressed and tieid forb) options for lunchC) bedtimesD) snacks they can have without and with permissione) who is cooking lunch when i recommend this to you all
( oh and general agreements on tidiness of sofas and shoes)
are you serious
oh yes. I am. i cant stand the lazing about all day, and they are all taking "ownership" of a meal a day
ot wtwenty bags of crisps "no one" had
Oh yes I remember doing that when DSs were between about 5 and 10. It used to work a treat. Well for a couple of days anyway.Those were the days when they would do what the chart said.
I remember when ds was about 7 one of the mums came up to me on the last day of term with a multi coloured spreadsheet and said Jesse's green and shoved it under my nose.
oh no not activities. just so i dont kill myself running around after them
Ooh I need this, need more details.Am having visions of me ranting/them slack jawed in front of TV in pjs scenarios.
most of mine can't readperhaps i could mime it to them
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