Format: Trade Paperback
Family & Relationships - Parenting
I loved this book. I have two children remaining at home and am so interested in not having to do it all anymore. I am definitely going to be implementing some of these strategies. Although my children have special needs I do believe the same process will apply and work – although maybe with some stronger reinforcement or more time. I enjoyed how the book “reads” – not just a book about how to get your children to help but more about the living process. I have children from 7 to 25 – the oldest three are no longer at home – but I can tell you I am definitely not “into” the entitlement that my children have grown to feel. Now that I have finished the book – I am going to focus on implementing some of the processes. And particularly because my youngest have special needs – it is my responsibility to teach them responsibility. Special needs or not, I will not always be here and I will do whatever I can to help them to be as self sufficient and self motivated as possible. To me this is definitely a five star book. A must have for anyone with children.
NOTE: I received a complimentary copy of Cleaning House from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group. All opinions, good or bad are my own.
Juvenile Fiction - Religious - Christian - Fantasy
Fiction - Christian - General