Home for the Holidays

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  It seems that once we see that date on our calendar stating “First Day of Fall,” our thoughts fly ahead to the holidays… which then seems to engender all kinds of emotions, ranging from nostalgic to absolute dread.  To help … Read More

Sibling Friendships that Last!

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  Want more family peace? Require sibling honor!   Start at birth teaching your children to refer to each other as “best friends.” We practiced that along with implementing the following principles in our homes when our children were very … Read More

Let the Consequence Fit the Crime

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  Let the Consequence Fit the Crime Dano, the typical firstborn, who is tasked with always being first to generate the need to create a consequence for unwanted behavior, was consistently late for car-pool.  Well, technically, he was on time … Read More

Travel Buddies or Travel Bandits?

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  Since we’re in Sweden this week, we thought it’d be appropriate to talk about traveling with children. Parents love their kids, but those rose-tinted glasses get a good cleaning when kids suffer the gauntlet of cramped seating, long waits, … Read More

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