Musing Mommies Podcast Episode 96 {The Theory of Reciprocity}
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Musing Mommies Podcast Episode 96 Monday February 14th 2011

Ok MuMo listeners, get out your number 2 pencils and your scantrons and get ready. There will be a pop quiz at the end of this broadcast. Today we are studying the Theory of Reciprocity. Let me just adjust the bun in my hair…

Reci-what???

Um, it’s not as complicated as it seems (nor as difficult to understand as it is to SAY!) ;) You know how sometimes you feel obligated to do something nice for someone when they do something nice for you? Yeah, it’s that. So, why do we feel this way?? Should we feel this way?? What do we do about it?

Never fear, Loves, the Musing Mommies Kim and Dawn have all the answers!

No, no we really don’t.  But we did have a fun time talking about it! Listen in!

Until next time,
~Dawn and Kim

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2 Comments to “Musing Mommies Podcast Episode 96 {The Theory of Reciprocity}”

  1. Mirrhya says:

    Okay I know this is a really old show (Theory of Reciprocity) but I am a new listener and am catching up. You guys said something about how not every kid should have to get every other kid a Valentine. That disappointment is part of growing up. It is but I disagree with you (strong enough to get on your website to say something about it) in this situation. My son has Autism. The other kids think he is weird. If this was not a requirement he would not get ANY Valentines and it would break his little heart. Disappointment is part of growing up but it isn’t fair that it ALWAYS has to be my son that is disappointed. Anyway… Love the show. Sorry it took me so long to discover you.

  2. Kim says:

    Thank you for finding and loving us! So glad you reached out and commented. Thank you for your thoughts and in-site. I didn’t think of what we said in your terms. Thank you for pointing it out. I’m really sorry that that your little boy has to be disappointed, and you are right, it isn’t fair and I don’t want to disappoint any little ones in that way. Really isn’t being nice the more important part of all this? This is very helpful and we will def re-visit this with V-day coming up. ~Kim

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