Pass the Sour Cream

Usually, you have a choice. It's your choice.

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Can you say more without saying anything?

How often do you get one-syllable answers, especially from your kids, in response to open-ended questions? “How was your day at school?” “Fine.” Of course, as parents, we’ve learned to ask better questions to elicit better responses, “Did Toby like your new shoes?” He’ll go on about that one so long you might want to revert back to How was your day at school?

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This entry was posted on May 10, 2014 by in Parenting and tagged , .
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