A: Do you have any family rules?
B: I don't think it's mandatory, but I want my family members to do it.
A: What, for example? In our house, we must sleep before midnight.
B: Place tableware before meals and clean dishes after meals.
A: That’s not too difficult, but it can help children cultivate the habit of doing housework. Any others?
B: I ask my daughter to tidy up her room on weekends.
A: Her room usually looks very tidy, and I hope my children can do the same in the future.
B: Yes, she is a very responsible person. There is more to do on weekends than on weekdays.
A: We'll go out for a picnic on weekends and not stay at home for long. What do you do on weekends?
B: We usually do a big cleaning on weekends. Everyone arranges their own house and cleans the public areas together. If we have travel plans, everyone should prepare their own luggage. We work out a division of labor and implement it according to the plan.
A: That’s great. Everyone has a sense of accomplishment and no one gets too tired.
B: Yes, I think it's good for the family.