- Put on your bathing suit and clean the shower.
- Write a letter of apology
- Copy a bible verse of moms choosing
- Put on your bathing suit and clean the shower
- Sweep the kitchen floor
- Wipe the cabinets in the kitchen
- Vacuum daddy’s office
- Organize the homeschool bookshelf
- Dust all the electronics
- Read a book to your baby brother
- Go to bed 30 minutes early
- No TV before bedtime read a book instead
- Be the server at dinner time.
- Clean the bathroom sink
- Write a letter about how much you love someone
- Sing a song with William
- 25 push ups
- Frankenstein for 7 minutes
Friday, October 10, 2014
The Consequence Jar.
So I am trying to teach my kids to be accountable. But sometimes I am not so accountable myself when it comes to discipline. The word consequence has become nothing more of an empty threat around here because most of the time I am too frazzled to come up with a good consequence on the spot. So to alleviate this I created the consequence jar. I found the idea on pinterest and I came up with consequences that would fit our family and age ranges. I want to point out the grace one. Sometime you get a free pass. God has grace for us but just because we didn’t have a consequence doesn’t mean we didn’t learn a lesson. J