- Cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze. I was coughed on twice last week at work by two different people. Regardless of whether you think H1N1 is all "hype" and not a threat, honestly, I don't want your germs! On a related note, I finally have convinced my daughters to cough or sneeze into their elbows rather than their hands. They thought I was teasing them when I first showed them how to do that.
- Wash your hands. My daughters know they wash their hands when they come home from preschool, before they eat, after they use the bathroom and after they've been outside. When I try to use hand sanitizer they seem a little miffed that we're not using soap and water.
- No cutting in line. Don't you hate it when you're at the grocery store and the person at the back of the line runs for the checker who's opening a new lane?
- If you don't have anything nice to say, then don't say anything at all. My daughters know there are certain things you should say to someone. This includes "nyah nyah nyah nyah" or sticking your tongue out. I've been "reprimanded" by them for jokingly blowing raspberries at Hubby.
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