Keri Krout and her cousins, circa 1970s, weren’t happy about stopping their playtime for a family photo. Her father’s “Smile, or I’ll spank you” comment didn’t get the desired result. Today, Krout is the program manager of Western Washington University’s Associated Students Child Development Center where she says “Force doesn’t work. It never has, and it never will. It doesn’t work in parenting (regardless of our good intentions), it doesn’t work in education.”
Keri Krout and her cousins, circa 1970s, weren’t happy about stopping their playtime for a family photo. Her father’s “Smile, or I’ll spank you” comment didn’t get the desired result. Today, Krout is the program manager of Western Washington University’s Associated Students Child Development Center where she says “Force doesn’t work. It never has, and it never will. It doesn’t work in parenting (regardless of our good intentions), it doesn’t work in education.” Keri Krout Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Keri Krout and her cousins, circa 1970s, weren’t happy about stopping their playtime for a family photo. Her father’s “Smile, or I’ll spank you” comment didn’t get the desired result. Today, Krout is the program manager of Western Washington University’s Associated Students Child Development Center where she says “Force doesn’t work. It never has, and it never will. It doesn’t work in parenting (regardless of our good intentions), it doesn’t work in education.” Keri Krout Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

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