From introducing a new baby to an older sibling, to ideas for how to pass the time together, or even how to get a handle on sibling rivalry, these vlogs are an honest account from mums about how to manage your children.
Do you struggle with your children fighting? Jess, Anna, Jeorgia, Kate and Rachel discuss their top ways of dealing with fighting brothers and sisters and what has worked for them. What would you add to the list?
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Today just ahead of Logan’s 2nd birthday (tomorrow!) I thought I’d share some ways they are alike and ways they are different too.
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Introducing Jacob to his big sister Reika was something I wanted to be special, I wasn’t sure how but I just knew I wanted Reika to feel apart of the birth of her baby brother. How did you introduce your children to each other?
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Sibling rivalry is something all parents with more than one child have to deal with at some point. While it’s lovely when they get on well, no siblings have ever got through childhood without a touch of rivalry. From toddler jealousy of your new baby, to insecurity, to full on fighting, our team of mummy vloggers have discussed all these issues and more. How to deal with fights, how to make each child feel secure and valued, plus how, when and if you should introduce a new sibling into your family. When is enough children enough? Listen to their first hand experiences and you may just pick up some survival tips along the way.