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THORNTON, CO - JUNE 06: The daughter of undocumented Mexican immigrant Guadalupe Lopez, 34, washes dishes on June 6, 2017 at home in Thornton, Colorado. Lopez said that she and her husband were stopped by local police for speeding 8 miles over the limit and were turned in to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), agents. They are now undergoing ICE proceedings for possible deportation back to Mexcico. ICE agents, emboldened by the leadership of President Donald Trump, have almost doubled arrests of undocumented immigrants, many of whom without criminal records, up from the previous year. The soaring number of detentions highlights a Trump campaign pledge to target the some 11 million people living as undocumented immigrants in the United States. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Parents! I know you’re like my child does what I tell them to do. I understand. Mine does too, but sometimes they need incentives and I found the perfect app to do that.

So, my oldest is 12 years old and he is in this pre-teen stage and baby! He can be a bit rebellious at times, but then he has to remember who his Mama is! I will reel him back in quickly. LOL.

Well, ladies and gentlemen, Greenlight is an app that has truly helped us. So, my husband and I add money in the “parents wallet.” We designate chores in the app. They can be one time chores or weekly chores. You can also set an allowance as well and you can choose to auto fund or manually fund it. They don’t do the chores, they don’t get paid.I’ve even taken it to another level and I’ve added grades in the app. He gets an A, he gets a certain amount of money. Even though my son is a really good kid, there is nothing wrong with finding ways to make sure he stays on the wagon. I left out the best part! There is a debit card that your child gets and you can control where the money is spent and how much is spent in certain places. Parents, its LIT! Get with it!