If you have more than one child in your home, you’ll know that sibling rivalry runs rampant in every child-filled home. It seems to be an inevitable part of childhood, and the phrase, “stop fighting kids!” seems to be a large part of a parent’s vocabulary. But it doesn’t have to be as crazy as all that. Here are 8 helpful tips to stop sibling rivalry, and a few habits and handy things you can introduce in your home to minimize sibling rivalry in your home.
8 Ways To Stop Sibling Rivalry
Helpful Tips To Have Less Rivalry & More Peace In Your Home
Heidi is a mom of 3 busy, noisy, full-of-life blessings who are 8 years old and younger. She homeschools, tutors Cambridge students, tutors Maths and loves beach walks and nature.
These 14 simple hacks for Valentine’s Day is the perfect way to show some love this February 14th! Shower those you love with one of these simple hacks for Valentine’s Day.
14 Simple Hacks for Valentine’s Day
Have an EPIC Valentine’s Day with One of These Hacks
These books about bullying for kids help them understand the nature of bullies and why people bully. Check out these books about bullying and talk to your kids today.
Books About Bullying for Kids
Talk to Your Kids About Bullies
In this day and age it’s so important to have the bully conversation with your kids early…which is sad but true. Kids are going through emotions and bombarded with images that are making them grow up faster and faster. Unfortunately, to deal with these changes some children turn to bullying in order to figure out where they fit in the world. To make talking with your kids a little bit easier I wrote a post yesterday about talking with your kids about bullying and today I’m sharing with you some great books about bullying for kids. (more…)
Talking to kids about bullying can be tough….check out these tips about how to talk to your child about bullying– whether they’re the bully or the one being bullied.
Kids & Bullys: Tips for Talking to Your Kids About Bullying
How to Talk To Your Child About Bullying
Bullying continues to be an issue in our schools and is a great concern for parents and educators. In fact, according to a 2015 report from the National Center for Education Statistics, 21.5 percent of kids report being bullied at school. (more…)
Breastfeeding brings with it some very sore nipples! This Nipple Survival Guide for Breastfeeding Moms will help you get through those difficult days when it feels like your nipples are going to fall off!
Nipple Survival Guide for Breastfeeding Moms
Soothe Nipple Pain With These Simple Tips
Today Heidi is sharing with us about keeping your children secure in a separation. Make sure you check out Heidi and all of her wonderful parenting advice!
A separation can be incredibly hard on a person, and during one we can be so busy trying to adjust to a new life, that we forget to also take into account how our children are dealing with it. Here are a few ways to help your kids process your separation, and help them cope and keep secure through it.
Keeping Your Children Secure In A Separation
Helping your children cope emotionally
I’m a divorced mom of three young children, and love writing about family and relationships. When I’m not writing I’m walking on the beach, teaching my kids, reading or tutoring Maths.