Can Bad Housekeeping Kill?Cathy Arnst
Children do best with structure, we're always told--regular schedules, consistent rules. They also do better if they don't live in chaos, yet I'm sure there are times when every working parent feels that that's just what their home has turned into, clutter-wise. After all, house cleaning is one of the biggest challenges facing us, and we've all probably come to the conclusion at one point or another that a little mess never hurt anyone. But a lot of mess--well, that might be doing the kids some serious damage.
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