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Teaching Kids Manners - 10 Table Manners Printable

How do you teach your children good table manners? This printable list has 10 Table Manners for Kids to help make it easy!

Shug... one of the sweetest things anyone will ever call you.

shug - if you live in the south, you know what this is! Southern for Sweetie Short for Sugar:}

I think that's supposed to say "Lawdy Mercy." Get it right.

If you're a southerner, you've used at least one or two . If you're not a southerner, you've most likely heard one or two . or more. And, by the way . "Bless your heart!

Haha! I can't tell you how many times I used "sweetie" before telling someone they were doing something wrong!

"Sweetie" is not a true term of endearment, but thinly veiled condescension. I HATE being called sweetie, especially by 20 year old retail girls who don't even know me!

The south

I will always be a Southern woman. I love the South, and manners, and saying yes ma'am, and sweet tea, and dogwood trees blooming in April. The south is where I learned to honor and respect my family and my GOD

I would love this even if it wasn't something Kenny Chesney said....that just makes it a million times better!  <3

I know some Southern girls who only think they're God's gift to the world. There are Southern Belles and then there's Southern trash. =/ If only every Southern girl embodied the spirit of the classic Southern Belle.

I Brake for Boiled Peanuts

A Labor Day Salute to Boiled Peanuts

I Brake for Boiled Peanuts always on the way to the beach! So glad somebody else feels the same way I do about boiled peanuts

The only thing the South fears more than a distant yankee relative is an ice storm.

The only thing the South fears more than a distant yankee relative is an ice storm. (my "yankee" relatives aren't that distant hahahaha my beloved Mother was from upstate NY ;

Southern Saying  Southern Slang/etsy. Actually this referred to the "Creek" Indian nation and not water.

How many times did you hear Mother say this? I heard it a lot! Southern Saying Southern Slang/etsy. Actually this referred to the "Creek" Indian nation and not water.

I wasn't born in the south, but I think that most of these are things that everyone should do no matter where they live!

I am equal parts Hoosier Girl and Southern Girl, and now California too. But I keep most of these Southern traditions alive in my heart. Let's change them from Southern Traditions to American Traditions!