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  • Loved this, Ann. Just shared with the Fans of Being a Mom audience on Facebook - I bet they'll love it, too! :)
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  • So funny this came right after I turned to my computer on after a melt down with my 16 year old. Why is so hard to understand the value of just cleaning up after yourself. Done. If you can do more, do it, but I will settle for ice cream cartons not in the bathroom. The bathroom? Always nice to read you.
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    11 Rules for Living Companionably with Teenagers, Kids and the Generally Clueless 11 Rules for Living Companionably with Teenagers, Kids and the Generally Clueless Presentation Transcript

    • ‘If it’s empty, fill it…’ & 10 Other Rules for Living Companionably with Teenagers, Kids & the Generally Clueless
    • If it’s empty, fill it.
    • If it’s full, empty it.
    • If it’s clean, fold it.
    • If it’s wet, hang it up.
    • If it’s gone, replace it.
    • Yes, even if you don’t use that bathroom.
    • If you’re finished, put it back.
    • If it spills, consider applying something absorbent.
    • If it’s trash, throw it away.
    • No rule here. Just… really?
    • If it’s in the way, find another home for it.
    • If she needs to be walked, walk her.
    • Magically, the results are incredible!