Risking the embarrassment and chancing some entertainment…let’s allow our kids to practice communicating with adults at appropriate times. See below as Jen provides three real-life settings for kids to practice communicating with adults.
Maybe I’m not the only one who lives in the tension of letting (or requiring) the kids to help and simply knocking out a task on my own. One is better for the short term and the other for the long. Ashley reminds us of the tremendous value of handing over tasks to our kids as they learn and grow under our care.