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Category Archives: Siblings


10Jul No Comments
4 Steps to Help Siblings Get Along

4 Steps to Help Siblings Get Along

Summer Siblings - Stop the Fights Before They Happen By Julie Freedman Smith and Gail Bell Too much togetherness is rarely a good thing, so set your kids up for success with realistic expectations for the summer. Follow these steps...

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17Mar No Comments
Parenting: Spring Break Survival Guide

Parenting: Spring Break Survival Guide

Spring “BREAK” can feel anything but relaxing! Whether you are traveling with your family or staying home, here are 5 ways to make Spring Break easier on everyone: 1. With little ones, Sleep is the key. Whether you are staying...

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6Dec 2 Comments
Surviving Holiday Meltdowns

Surviving Holiday Meltdowns

Despite prayers and wishes to the contrary, we cannot control our children’s behaviours. We CAN control our own and that is especially important when Holiday celebrations become holiday disasters. Here are 5 tips to get you invited back next year:...

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24Jul 1 Comment
Summer Travel with Kids

Summer Travel with Kids

Whether across the province or the country, in a car, boat or plane, travel with children can be an “adventure” before you even leave your driveway. In our experience with our own families and the thousands we have coached, the...

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Has Your Toddler Just Become an “Evil Sibling”?

Has Your Toddler Just Become an “Evil Sibling”?

When a second baby arrives, our toddlers suddenly seem so much more mature. We still need to have age-appropriate expectations of their abilities to set everyone up for success. Baby’s arrival can be as frustrating for Big Sibling as it...

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