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Mom of six shares the four ‘weird’ rules she has for her kids

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Mother of six describes the four ‘weird’ rules she has for her kids – from NO homework to a ban on seeing friends on Sunday

  • Mom of six, Sharon, has revealed the four rules she has for her kids
  • The mother has forbidden singing at the table during meals
  • She also banned the homework and the kids from going to friends on Sundays

A mother of six has been cheated online after revealing the four ‘weird’ rules she has put in place for her family.

And she’s the first to admit that some of the rules seem a little strict: “It’s weird being a parent. I never thought I wouldn’t have a singing rule.”

Sharon has laid down the law when it comes to “singing at the table” and says it is “very annoying” to be disturbed by someone who breaks in with singing while eating.

A mother of six has been cheated online after revealing the four ‘weird’ rules she has put in place for her family

In a viral TikTok video, the mother revealed that she lets her children take piano lessons for ‘two years’, doesn’t show her friends on Sundays and has banned homework.

She ends the video suggesting that people should just “do what works for their families and embrace it.”

There was no shortage of questions addressed to the mother, who worked hard to respond quickly.

“How do you get away with the rule that you don’t have to do homework?” one woman asked.

‘At the beginning of the year you can tell the teacher and the school that your child will not be given homework. Most states have that law,” one woman said.

“If their teacher has to give homework regularly, I’ll email them and tell them we won’t,” Sharon added.

Others asked about the ‘don’t sing rule’.

“We had the rule when I was a kid and I didn’t understand it until I had kids,” she said.

Sunday is family day, she explained, they have a big brunch and do something fun together

Sunday is family day, she explained, they have a big brunch and do something fun together

But it’s not as “rare rule” as some thought.

“No singing at the table was always a rule when I was a kid, hahaha it’s a good one,” one woman said.

What are Sharon’s Four Rules?

1 – Kids can’t see their friends on Sunday

2 – No homework until Junior High

3 – No singing at the table

4 – Must take piano lessons for two years

“My father didn’t have a singing rule when we were younger.” added one more.

‘In Europe we don’t sing at the dinner table, that’s called respect,’ said one woman.

Sharon also responded to direct criticism of the rules.

“I will always find it weird to force children to learn something, even if they are not interested in it,” wrote one woman.

To which Sharon replied, “It’s like math or reading. It’s a life skill that will help them in some way.’

‘Music is great! Knowing notes, beats, tones, patterns, rhythms, and it triggers another part of your brain!’

She said piano lessons are cheaper, and because the family has a piano, they are more accessible, which is why her kids can’t choose an instrument.

“I find number one (no friends on Sunday) shocking,” said one woman.

But Sharon stuck with it.

‘It’s family day! We’re having a Giant brunch and we’re going to do something epic as a family.”

While others agreed with some rules.

“I think these are all very good rules,” added a second supporter.

But some people said they were “grateful to their mother” who called the rules “too much.”

“I don’t agree with either one, but it’s your family,” one woman said.

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