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My recent blog post discusses how Daddo and I use our 'kid filter' choice of language and when we've messed up. What language rules do you have? What ages do they change?

Three Boys and a Little Lady

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Cute blog post, you sound awesome. I am pretty 'old fashioned' when it comes to words, I think we are one of the only families I know where 'fart' is an unacceptable word, I know everyone uses it, but it feels wrong to me. I tell my ten year old that I get that there will be words she will use with friends, but in our house I don't want to hear them. It's hard because you don't want your kids singled out, but I also want to teach my children to speak with respect. Hard job sometimes. 

Mackenzie from reflectionsfromme.com 

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