he told me that we all have to have expectations of our kids, age and mental cpacity appropriate of course, but we must have expectations of them. if we know they can do certain things with no help we never do it for them, if we know they need a limited amount of help that is all we supply. he says there is no grey area for or kids, its black or its white. either they must do it because they can or it doesnt matter if you dont want to do it someone else will. i just wanted to pass this on, knowing that all our kids are different and at different levels, i think it is still good advice for all, it shows our kids that we love them and know they can do it and will help them to learn whatever they can learn.
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