The Queen of All Media is no longer on our daytime television screens to remind us to recognize the A-HA! moments and then let them guide us to new places in our lives. But maybe we don’t need Oprah for this. Maybe we just need to be listening closely to our kids, pausing before we tap the funny, wise and brilliant things they say into the notes section of our phones, and letting it guide us into new ways to talk to each other.
Here are four little words my son shared the other night, and the chain reaction of goodness and non-complainy chores that followed.
How might these four little words change how you and your kids communicate?
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