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Children’s

Heading to summer camp

by epi on June 13, 2013

This post originally appeared at my parenting blog The Gift of Good Manners. I will be cross posting some of my favorite content from that blog here at the Etiquette Daily. I hope you enjoy these posts as much as I enjoyed writing them. School’s out! Now is the time many kids head off to […]

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Graduation – Begging for Gifts?

by Cindy Post Senning on June 7, 2013

This post originally appeared at my parenting blog The Gift of Good Manners. I will be cross posting some of my favorite content from that blog here at the Etiquette Daily. I hope you enjoy these posts as much as I enjoyed writing them. Every year at this time we get questions about graduation from […]

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When Kids Expect Presents

by Daniel Post Senning on May 29, 2013

Q: I have a friend who has two children ages 6 and 4. On a couple occasions I have brought them a small gift. Now every time I go to my friend’s house, they ask, “Did you bring us a present?” On several occasions they seem put off and pout when I answer ‘no’. Am […]

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Gift-Giving for Kids

by Daniel Post Senning on May 23, 2013

Q: Should children be taught to give gifts to family members during holidays such as birthdays, Christmas, etc.? I have three teens and have not received a single gift from them — not even a card. I brought this up to my oldest daughter who is 18 and does have a job, and she told […]

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Your Children as Guests to Other Families

by Daniel Post Senning on May 17, 2013

Q: My daughter has been invited to an out of town graduation ceremony. The fellow’s parents are friends of our friends and our children met casually as a result of this. His parents are driving my daughter to the resort, which is about five hours away from our home. They are staying for three nights. […]

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This post originally appeared at my parenting blog The Gift of Good Manners. I will be cross posting some of my favorite content from that blog here at the Etiquette Daily. I hope you enjoy these posts as much as I enjoyed writing them. A cornerstone of social interaction is good conversation and a building […]

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This post originally appeared at my parenting blog The Gift of Good Manners. I will be cross posting some of my favorite content from that blog here at the Etiquette Daily. I hope you enjoy these posts as much as I enjoyed writing them. I love talking with kids about manners and etiquette. The biggest […]

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First Day of School: Uh-ohohoh

by epi on May 1, 2013

This post originally appeared at my parenting blog The Gift of Good Manners. I will be cross posting some of my favorite content from that blog here at the Etiquette Daily. I hope you enjoy these posts as much as I enjoyed writing them. It’s the beginning of a new school year. One of the […]

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On and Off the Field: Sportsmanship

by Cindy Post Senning on April 25, 2013

This post originally appeared at my parenting blog The Gift of Good Manners. I will be cross posting some of my favorite content from that blog here at the Etiquette Daily. I hope you enjoy these posts as much as I enjoyed writing them. In 1940  Emily Post published a book for parents titled CHILDREN […]

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Can You Teach a Toddler Etiquette? You Bet.

by Cindy Post Senning on April 18, 2013

This post originally appeared at my parenting blog The Gift of Good Manners. I will be cross posting some of my favorite content from that blog here at the Etiquette Daily. I hope you enjoy these posts as much as I enjoyed writing them. Etiquette is all about building good relationships. So children need to […]

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