If I want my home to be a place of connection, I’ll ask genuine questions and get to know the people in my home. If I want my home to be a safe place to make a mistake, I’ll lower my standards for myself first, be forgiving of my own mistakes, laugh at myself–and allow others to see that. If I want my home to be comfortable, I’ll first stop apologizing and focus on others instead of myself. If I want my home to be a place of rest, I’ll consider my attitude and the tone I set when I am home. I Ll Consider, Safe Places, Entry Tables, Nester Blog, Raising A Boy
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"Crap baskets". When you find boy's crap lying around the house, you put it in their baskets to empty it by the end of the night.