“If I was a better parent, my kids wouldn’t argue so much!”
Siblings live in close quarters, and have different temperaments, needs, and emotions. It makes sense that there is conflict between our children. Conflict is natural and normal. This conflict gives our kids opportunities to learn and practice getting along even when we don’t agree. It gives us the chance to teach these skills.
Mornings seem to be a tricky time for families. It feels like everyone should know the process, but each morning, something goes wrong, and many parents feel absolutely frazzled just getting the kids to school, never mind moving through the rest of the day. It doesn’t have to be that way. Here are five tips to make mornings work more smoothly and leave you with a bit more energy for the rest of the day!
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