Working together

We learned that in the Pioneer days the children did a lot of work at home and it was expected of them to do chores to help the family.  Safety rules have also changed overtime on what children are allowed and not allowed to do by themselves. In our discussion they pointed out that although we don't do the same chores or have the same rules like in the pioneer days we still help our parents because it's important to work together as a family.  We enjoyed taking turns making buckwheat pancakes, whipped butter, oatmeal and washed our dishes after the feast was done.  We had so much fun didn't seem like work at all!


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