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What’s the Secret to Taming Sibling Rivalry? Guest Post by Patty Wipfler, Hand in Hand Parenting + GIVEAWAY (5 Winners)

By Patty Wipfler, Hand in Hand ParentingListen: Five Simple Tools to Meet Your Everyday Parenting Challenges. Copyright © Hand in Hand Parenting, 2016---------------------------------------------------It’s the one thing we hope won’t happen when...
by Susan Heim on Parenting on Aug 23, 2016

Box Office Buz: DVD and Blu-ray releases for April 19, 2016

Back with a vengeance! AS we finally have warm weather upon us, the release schedule heats up accordingly. Loads of stuff this week from big Oscar flicks to catalog to TV.
by Box Office Buz on Apr 19, 2016

Mobility and Sibling Rivalry

We are starting to realize how lucky we were with the Cutlet. While she was a difficult baby in many ways, she was also low maintenance in terms of her mobility. If you placed her somewhere, she’d generally be content staying … Continue...
by The Cutter Rambles on Jun 11, 2015

Post-Holiday Haiku

I’m still in a coma from yesterday’s eating frenzy, and it’s been an incredibly exhausting day dealing with a six-year-old who got up way too early to find the elf on a shelf and spent the rest of the morning throwing tantrum after...

Learning to Solve Sibling/Friend Rivalry

Boy, I don't think the timing could have been better to have a family with 3 kids move in suddenly. I'm learning to stretch my limits and I have to admit, just a week prior to them moving in I had asked God to help me learn hospitality.  Coincid...
by Meet Virginia on Nov 18, 2014

NaBloPoMo

Almost a year ago I heard about this whole NaBloPoMo thing, where bloggers complete a post a day for a month.  I put a reminder in my phone to think about doing it in November, the original NaBloPoMo month.  When my phone dinged this morning with t...

NaBloPoMo

Almost a year ago I heard about this whole NaBloPoMo thing, where bloggers complete a post a day for a month.  I put a reminder in my phone to think about doing it in November, the original NaBloPoMo month.  When my phone dinged this morning with t...

Look Who's Talking Too (1990) Trailer

Look Who's Talking TooThe original theatrical trailer for Look Who's Talking Too(1990)!
by Film trailers World on Sep 27, 2014

I Am a Friend of God - Morning Studies With My Kids

Today the  kids and I were having a bible study in the morning which we try to keep as a normal routine.  Lately, I've been so excited to share with the kids when I have been learning in the scriptures.  The mood of our studies have de...
by Meet Virginia on Apr 22, 2014

A Perfect Day Out with Oliver

A day out with just Oliver since Alexander’s arrival so far have been few and far between. With a little brother in tow and regular pre-school, it’s hard to get my now 4 year old to myself. Weekends are all about fun family time but again...
by Honest Mum on Jan 23, 2014

Brotherly Love: An Update

So along with a few blog tweaks (do you like my new look?) I do love a polka dot, other much BIGGER changes have been occurring between my boys in this house since my previous post A Brotherly Love/Hate Relationship… For a start, my eldest son...
by Honest Mum on Sep 29, 2013

Happy 1st Birthday Baby Alexander

I can still refer to him as my baby right? My little darling Alexanderis 1 today and I really can’t believe it. I feel a little emotional and had a little cry. It actually feels like yesterday I brought him home from hospital, all thick black h...
by Honest Mum on Sep 20, 2013

10 Things to Pray for Your Extended Family

“The family.  We were a strange little band of characters trudging through life sharing diseases and toothpaste, coveting one another’s desserts, hiding shampoo, borrowing money, locking each other out of our rooms, inflicting pain and k...
by Counting My Blessings on Jul 18, 2013

Can’t We All Just Get Along?? Siblings being Siblings

All moms of multiple children can relate to this one, I already know!  Driving down the road yesterday (well, I’m riding passenger because my growing-up-way-too-fast daughter is at the wheel), and from the backseat, my daughter says, “Mo...
by SuperMomWannabe on Jul 2, 2013

No More “Boys Will Be Boys”: Is It Sibling Fighting or Bullying?

Editor’s Note: Today’s guest blog post comes from Adrian at Adrian’s Crazy Life, where she blogs about parenting, decluttering, finances and is “always going 90 miles with her hair on fire, and loving every minute of it.”...
by Empowering Parents on May 8, 2013

7 Quick and Easy Sibling Rivalry Tips

(Written by Micah Abraham) Sibling rivalry is not necessarily a problem. It’s a normal part of aging for a lot of families and it may even breed healthy competition. It’s strongly believed that a little bit of competitive spirit can be h...
by ParentingInformer on Mar 12, 2013

Sibling Rivalry: Some Solutions

http://www.handinhandparenting.org by Patty Wipfler Raising one child is challenging in our fast-paced and adult-oriented society. Raising more than one child brings added joys, and often, difficult feelings that start with the...
by Successful Parenting on Mar 1, 2013

Gracie Tales: Just Out of Reach

Mommy soooo needs to put Benjamin Bunny in time out for shoving my toy under this door. I know hiding his mylar ball in the litter box wasn't very nice. But at least he could dig it out easily enough. There it is. I just need to reach out a little fa...
by Feline Funnies on Feb 18, 2013

It’s Just Business: When Family Goes Pro

Certainly one of the most unique aspects of this year’s Super Bowl is that it’s a family affair. Coaches Jim and John Harbaugh, brothers, will be facing off against each other as the head coaches of the competing teams. The sibling rivalr...
by The Sociable Lawyer on Feb 1, 2013

It’s Just Business: When Family Goes Pro

Certainly one of the most unique aspects of this year’s Super Bowl is that it’s a family affair. Coaches Jim and John Harbaugh, brothers, will be facing off against each other as the head coaches of the competing teams. The sibling rivalr...
by The Sociable Lawyer on Feb 1, 2013


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