My kids are older, but to this day we still camp in the summer months. I can't help but think back, this was the best time for them all to chip in! When we camped they were much more willing to help and get the meal on the table, it took real team work and chores! Only I never called it chores, after all we were on a weekend gataway! Set the table, clear the table, even help with washing the dishes outside, usually turned into a water fight! View Thread
I loved to cook soup with my kids. They would help chop the veggies, which kept them busy! With guidance of course. Vegetable soup and often some chicken cutlets to bake and eat with the soup. They would help dip the chicken in egg and bread crumbs.
With the small kid sized shopping carts now in stores, the kids always feel a part of the whole process and love to "help" for lack of a better word!View Thread
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