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    Got to agree with Sue giving the kids an allowance for all the work they do. Also about time the lazy Burkhalter kids did something for their keep

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    Schoolwork from 1-4
    "Have I ever done school work for 4 hours"

    Obviously not! :

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unklescott
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    I just have to say that I am from the south (Tennessee) and these 2 brats are not your typical southern belles. :nono

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    I'm of two minds with the allowance thing. Kids should be expected to contribute to the running of the household without expectation of a reward. Moms & Dads don't get paid to make meals & cleanup, it's part of being a family - you take care of yourself and each other. Granted the chores should be age-appropriate (even a 2 yr old can pick up their own toys, put their plate in the sink). An allowance should be used to teach them how to handle & budget money. If they're only given so much they learn real quick they need to save it or get a job to make more.

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    In response to Shelly holding all of the credit cards and checkbooks of the southern family: "Can she be trusted? Why can't Daddy hold them?"

    Okay, can we throw in a "TACT seminar with the racial sensitivity class?" :rolleyes
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    Nice of Carl's boss to let him off the nightshift for a week, since the new Mom demanded it.
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    Dad looked a little pissed off.

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    Justine and Javier sure seem to be enjoying the new rules a lot more than Nancy and Laura-Beth are.
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    Nancy that is the type of job college and highschool dropouts get when daddy and mommy ain't an open to them

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