I had the wonderful opportunity to sit and chat with Dr. Dobson a couple weeks ago. What a faithful servant he has been over the years in his encouragement and commitment to the family. True to form, he and his crew have lots to say on the issue of youth entitlement. It was a bit of a pinch-me experience to be able to join them in their studio and discuss an issue near and dear to our hearts. It’s a conversation to which I hope you will enjoy listening.
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Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk
Cleaning House – Raising Responsible Kids: 1
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Crazy as it is, another super fun outlet is hosting Cleaning House this week, Vicki & Jen’s What Really Matters. Check it out. They have loads of terrific things to say and their site is chock full of wonderful tidbits.
Okay … now that I’ve loaded you up with easy listening for the day. I hope you have a great one.
Thanks for walking the road with me!
I heard you this morning on KCBI-FM 90.9!
I heard you both days on Dr. Dobson Kay. I am a grammy with 5 daughters and ten grandchildren. Last daughter (one of 5) got married last December and I am seriously considering getting her your books before children come. She is the last of our five daughters and probably the one who did the least since she was last. I truly wish I had been able to get information like you wrote when she was born. She is an awesome kid and does very well……but it could have been a lot better with this information. Thanks for all the Moms that will benefit from these books. I know my daughter will be blessed when the kiddos do come along.
Hi, Kay –
I picked up Cleaning House to read during my vacation last week and it has changed the way we do things around my house already. My kids (ages almost 5 and 9) decluttered their rooms and are on Day 4 of making their beds and picking up their floors. They have also both made dinner (including planning the menu, shopping, setting the table, and cleaning up afterwards). Last night while I was making dinner, my daughter complained that she thought she should be making dinner and then she helped me! I cannot thank you enough for opening my eyes to entitlement. My kids are so proud of their accomplishments too!