What? Do Chores, Me?

"Look, we're the kids. And we're not here to clean up after ourselves."

“Look, we’re the kids. And we’re not here to clean up after ourselves.”

We told our three children that they should pitch in to help around the house with the chores.

Our 12-year-old daughter said, “OK,” sounding rather like she will help out, while her nine-year-old brother murmured something to the effect of an affirmation as long as it doesn’t interfere with his Xbox gaming.

The youngest wasn’t buying it.

“Oh, yeah, I get it,” the six-year-old said. “We will have to make our beds, sweep the floors and do the dishes. We will have to do all the jobs that you should do. I think there must be some sort of misunderstanding. You’re the adults, we’re the kids.”

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