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November 25th, 2012, 07:54 PM
Whipple Whipple is offline
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I don't really practice this saying. I try to find a balance of making sure DD feels like a valuable part of our family (contributing to conversation and opinions) while instilling manners (not interrupting adults talking).
This is good practice for us during Bible study.

It's hard for DH and I to have a conversation with a little voice constantly interrupting. I do ask DD's feelings on things...even if she just wants to gibber. It makes her feel important, too.
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