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Domesticating children

on February 9, 2012

I am in the process of letting the children to be more involved with housework much more than before. They need these skills which are useful when they finally spread their wings. Chores such as setting up the table for dinner, washing the dishes after meal, cleaning bathroom are just few examples of how children can develop abilities to look after the house when they are on their own. The boys are able to use the electric kettle for hot water with supervision and make simple breakfast. Even though the girls seemed to be adapting quicker, regardless of the gender they should know how to run a house, and stuff included in it. Munawwar has been quite helpful at home which makes it easier as the boys would have a role-model to look up to.


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