by Carrie Southworth
“Mommy, how do I make money? You know, to buy stuff.”
Once again, stumped by my 5-year-old daughter, Savannah.
Up until this point, I tried to run our household in a very specific way — my husband compares it to a hippy commune. “We’re all citizens of the house,” I would tell my children. We all had jobs as citizens; we all had to pitch in.Read More