Mom is often right, whether we like it or not. And girls whose mothers are stricter and more demanding, as a rule, grow up more successful. But not only daughters can count on such a bonus. Sons are no exception.
She decided to give her son a valuable lesson and then shared it on social media. The words of an ordinary mother went viral: her post was shared by thousands of Facebook users. Nicole Pauloon posted photos of her 6-year-old son making dinner, loading the dishwasher and learning to do laundry.
"Housework is not just for women," Nicole captioned the pictures. "My son will never be too 'masculine' to cook or do other housework."
Nicole is a single mother. And she wants her son Lyle to grow up self-sufficient and “not lazy.”
"He should be the man who can change the wheel of a car and go home and check if the stew is ready for dinner," she says. "Remember, parents, the man who thinks he shouldn't cook or do any other housework was once a boy who wasn't taught that."
Yes, children should have childhood. And Nicole emphasizes that she does most of the housework herself, although Lyle helps her. As soon as her one-year-old daughter grows up, Nicole intends to teach her the same lesson, teaching her to do both "woman's" and "man's" work.
"They will see me doing all this as a single mother," the woman explains.
Training her son to work from an early age, she gives him time to rest. On Facebook, Nicole posted a photo of Lyle playing computer games - after finishing his housework, of course.