Sometimes it is hard to find moments where the whole family is present and engaged. I started using this format to engage the kids and promote accountability and contribution. What we do is we take turns having a "child of the week" (provided that that child has completed their weekly chores) and they get to choose the weekly activity and one meal of the week.
The kids really love the gathering and being able to contribute to the over all plan! Meetings only take about 10-15 minutes and allows the children know what to expect. I find there is less complaining about the meals that aren't the "chosen" ones.
So I saw some really cute Printable's out there where your kids get to earn their groundings away. So I thought I would custom make one that could be editable. I personally love this one, and my 11 year old even chuckled when she received her first revised grounding....
It sucks when our children don't listen but now we can actually benefit from such transgressions instead?! Sign me up!
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I am a wife and a mother of 3. 5 if you include my asshole cats. But that is another story. Here I share my favorite crafts, printables and activities that can be done with children. This is probably the most active page of mine, as being a mother is full time and as much as I love cosmetics etc. Recording the videos is a challenge to say the least with 3 little ones running around! To learn more about me and my family click the pic above!!
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