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Children’s

The Principles Are Indeed Universal!

by epi on April 10, 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. I just returned from an amazing trip to El Salvador. I […]

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Q: I was always taught that it was rude to invite myself anywhere to anything and never did. I have 6 children ranging from 6-28 years of age. Over the years, I have found more and more that if my children invite their classmates for an afternoon of playing Barbies or whatever the case may […]

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Why Do We Learn Table Manners?

by Cindy Post Senning on March 20, 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. Kids ask us this question all the time. They think that […]

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“Thank You!” How Many Ways Can You Say It?

by Cindy Post Senning on March 14, 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. “Say, ‘Thank you!’” “Don’t forget to write a thank you note.” […]

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Another Way to Say, “Please”

by Cindy Post Senning on March 11, 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. When I was traveling about the country talking to toddlers about […]

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The Golden Rule of Parenting

by Cindy Post Senning on March 6, 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 periodically. I hope you enjoy these posts as much as I enjoyed writing them. One of the most frequently asked questions we receive has […]

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Can You Teach a Toddler Etiquette? You Bet.

by Cindy Post Senning on February 27, 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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Greeting Gaffe: Adolescents meet and greet

by epi on February 21, 2013

Q: My children are 15 and 11. Their uncle feels when the say hi that they should say Hi uncle His name. The older one occasionally does, the younger one who is generally on with few words, simply says hi. Is this poor etiquette? A: It’s thoughtful of you to want to get this right. […]

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The Etiquette Equation

by Cindy Post Senning on February 15, 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. The kids I talk to ask me if it gets boring […]

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Q: Should the parents of the graduate, or the graduate, address college graduation announcements? Although announcements aren’t considered invitations to send a gift, in most circumstance that is what they imply. Our daughter does not want to lend the appearance of ‘tooting her own horn’ if she addresses them, but as parents, we don’t want […]

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