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We’ve all been there. Rolling down an aisle at the store or sitting in church, and then it begins. Your child starts to act out. You hear, “Mom! I want the cereal with the tiger on it!” or “I want to go home!” or some other variation of that in a whiney scream. You can’t
I’m not here to knock one-child families. They are that way for any number of reasons, and it is up to them to decide what is right for them. I’m here to let you in on the benefits of having more than one child. I see all too often someone give us that look like
Too many kids? Not enough kids? Pregnancy shaming is real, and it’s none of their business. Growing up in a large Roman Catholic family, I always knew I wanted to have anywhere from 4 to 7 kids. Both of my parents came from families with 7 kids, and their parents came from even larger families.
The day you realize leaving your child home alone might be an option for you can be a day of mixed feelings. Part of you is rejoicing in the newfound freedom you have to run to the grocery store without someone begging for a random cheap toy hanging on an aisle end cap. The other
On numerous occasions, my mother has told me, “Your child will not learn it the first time. It will take 5,387 times before he will start to catch on.” This couldn’t be more true if it stood up and pointed north! It isn’t true in every case. Sometimes kids pick up good habits just as
Our children bicker, argue, tease, pick at one another, and sometimes physically fight. In their defense, the physical fighting usually starts in good fun. Someone eventually gets hurt, and it’s taken personally. Then they begin attacking each other without restraint. It’s a fact of life that if you have multiple children, they will find themselves