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Mother of Six Constance Hall (photo) shared the unusual rules of parenting she swears by - including bathing her children every other day and having them eat with their hands

Six-year-old mother and blogger Constance Hall has shared the unusual labor-saving methods she uses to raise her children – including praying them every other day and having them eat with their hands.

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The & # 39; lazy & # 39; mother from Perth said she probably did & # 39; more upbringing & # 39; when she had two children then now, she has six – and she has a few shortcuts to survive & # 39; in a large family.

& # 39; Party with your hands. Dishes are the worst part of the dinner, & told Constance Mamamia.

Instead of polluting multiple plates, Constance said she prefers a & # 39; huge pile of vegetables & # 39; lay on one plate and cut meat on the other plate and let her children help what they want.

Mother of Six Constance Hall (photo) shared the unusual rules of parenting she swears by - including bathing her children every other day and having them eat with their hands

Mother of Six Constance Hall (photo) shared the unusual rules of parenting she swears by – including bathing her children every other day and having them eat with their hands

The Perth mother (pictured with some of her children) said she probably did & # 39; more upbringing & # 39; when she had two children then now, now she has six

The Perth mother (pictured with some of her children) said she probably did & # 39; more upbringing & # 39; when she had two children then now, now she has six

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The Perth mother (pictured with some of her children) said she probably did & # 39; more upbringing & # 39; when she had two children then now, now she has six

It is not just meals where Constance has a few shortcuts.

She also bathes her children every night and leaves them to school the next morning without being washed.

& # 39; I personally cannot be bathed with it every day, & # 39; said Constance.

She cited the American Academy of Dermatology, which she said children between the ages of six and eleven should only bathe once or twice a week unless they have & # 39; dirty, sweaty, or skin conditions & # 39 ;.

& # 39; I know they will look better if they are all clean and smell fresh, but really, skipping a night bath or morning shower a few times a week won't kill them & # 39 ;, said Constance.

& # 39; Party with your hands. Dishes are the worst part of dinner, & said Constance (pictured with her partner Denim)

& # 39; Party with your hands. Dishes are the worst part of dinner, & said Constance (pictured with her partner Denim)

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& # 39; Party with your hands. Dishes are the worst part of dinner, & said Constance (pictured with her partner Denim)

They are not just meals; Constance also skips baths or showers every night and lets them go to school as they are the next morning (photo: two of her children)

They are not just meals; Constance also skips baths or showers every night and lets them go to school as they are the next morning (photo: two of her children)

They are not just meals; Constance also skips baths or showers every night and lets them go to school as they are the next morning (photo: two of her children)

When it comes to clothing and washing the children, Constance said that a certain approach has completely streamlined her routine.

She revealed that she has bought different buckets of different colors, labeled them for each of her children, and now she just throws all her children's clothes into the bucket.

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& # 39; If they want it folded, they can do it themselves, & # 39; she said.

She then simply puts underwear and socks in a giant bucket, and if someone wants a pair, they have to look for it themselves.

Constance (pictured with denim) revealed that she has bought different buckets of different colors, labeled them for each of her children, and now she just throws all her children's clothes into the bucket

Constance (pictured with denim) revealed that she has bought different buckets of different colors, labeled them for each of her children, and now she just throws all her children's clothes into the bucket

Constance (pictured with denim) revealed that she has bought different buckets of different colors, labeled them for each of her children, and now she just throws all her children's clothes into the bucket

Many parents appreciate their own time & evenings when the kids have gone to bed, and Constance is no exception.

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She said she was checking out & # 39; at 7:30 pm & # 39 ;.

& # 39; All you need is not an emergency, then it's up to you to do it. I am not your mother; I'm not here. I am not your slave, I am just a statue of a woman who wiped your buttocks an hour ago and is now drinking wine while talking to her sister on the phone, & she said.

The mother of six applies similar rules in the car when she is driving.

Finally, Constance said that she gets by blocking as much noise as possible from her children (four of her children pictured)

Finally, Constance said that she gets by blocking as much noise as possible from her children (four of her children pictured)

Finally, Constance said that she gets by blocking as much noise as possible from her children (four of her children pictured)

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Finally, Constance said that she gets by blocking as much noise as possible from her children.

She said she has become so good at it that someday someone had to walk the whole three meters to let me know that my son was crying – in fact screamed & # 39 ;.

Constance & # 39; s (pictured) words resonated with her followers on Facebook, many of whom said they would do the same to their big brothers

Constance & # 39; s (pictured) words resonated with her followers on Facebook, many of whom said they would do the same to their big brothers

Constance & # 39; s (pictured) words resonated with her followers on Facebook, many of whom said they would do the same to their big brothers

Constance & # 39; s words resonated with her followers on Facebook, many of whom said they would do the same with their big brothers.

& # 39; I had six children. Friday evening was always sugar grain for dinner. They loved it because Weetbix was the standard brekky with us. They were allowed to choose their own sugar-filled cereal and it was cheaper than takeaway food, & a mother wrote.

& # 39; I wish I had you when my children were young. Yes yes yes to all your advice, & someone said.

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