Your children wanting to clean their rooms, make their beds and do family chores.
More than 20,000 families celebrate the day they invited the House Fairy into their homes.
My daughter LOVES the House Fairy. She’s 6 and we had never taught her to pick up or care for her room, thinking it would be futile because we're far from neat-freaks ourselves. The first time I went to your site, she was in the room. She was glued to the computer screen and fascinated by the House Fairy! She would not even finish watching before she ran off to pick up 5 things!! She has been very conscientious ever since, AND I'm saving money and having WAY more fun (with BETTER results) than doing an allowance. So, thank you for all you do. ~ Sincerely, Ashli
House Fairy here:I think one of the reasons children want to cooperate with me is because they go into what I call Clean for Company mode. Their precious imaginations kick into gear and suddenly they find delight in the mundane. The thought of the House Fairy coming is exciting to children. Just like if you thought Matt Damon was coming over to inspect your room!
THE HOUSE FAIRY! I have 3 children ages 4, 6 and 8. I did the typical ranting, nagging, sighing and ultimately just cleaned their rooms myself when I got tired of the mess. Then I found out about the House Fairy and TRULY, it all changed. It has been 4 months since I started the HOUSE FAIRY "project" and I don't have to nag or rant at all. I sometimes have to say "Hmm, I wonder if the House Fairy might come today" and then my kids will dash to their rooms to clean them up. It feels so much better for me, and I get the results I want without having to be a drill sergeant. The HOUSE FAIRY takes the pressure away from the parents in terms of motivating the kids to clean their rooms. I don't have to say, "I want this room clean! Or you better or else." I just ask if they think the House Fairy will consider their rooms clean enough to leave them a prize. Usually they will go back and tidy it up a bit more. ~ Kelly K. Lang