The Quilter: Quilting with Malke

Kids at Work

Posted on: January 9, 2009

Raising kids at work was loads of fun, too. I couldn’t afford sitters so the kids usually were with me. From carriage to stroller to stroller to walker to grabbing anything off the shelves to finally sitters.

I’ve always had my kids at work too. When a daughter had time off school they worked in the store, all 6 of them. The boys on the other hand had to be bribed with food to get them to redo stock.

Now I sometimes have some of the grandchildren that live in brooklyn work for me on sundays when they are bored. My granddaughter from Argentina came in for a week and thought it was just the best vacation to just stay and work with me in the store and, of course, work the cash register and answer the phone. she is 10 yrs old.

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