One of the difficulties in helping your kids build godly relationships with each is teaching them to be happy for one another. It takes maturity to set your own wants aside and let someone else get the attention.
Sometimes the heart comes before the actions, but sometimes the actions come first. In this case, you can act like you love someone even if you don’t always feel it.
There are many possible root issues for fighting and we will talk about some of those later in the series, but today I am going to tell you my first tip on this. It is about obedience.
In my series about siblings, one thing we must discuss is tattling. I get a lot of questions asking about this and I have a great method. It’s so simple you won’t believe it.
In part 1 we talked about understanding what God has to say about loving one another. This week let’s talk about fairness.
I’ll be sharing each week what is happening in our home and how we manage problems. We will open up and answer questions as we go along. It’s gonna be great!
I realized that I have talked a lot about the Homeschool Moms’ Winter Summit but I haven’t told you why I love it so much.
I want to warn you, this is long and some of it is specific. I tried to be discreet, but please read it before you let your children read.
I hated walking out of my niece’s graduation ceremony during the commencement address, but I have to prefer protecting my children’s hearts over someone’s feelings
I got an email recently from a mom who is struggling with her pre-teen (let’s call the daughter Susie). Susie gets really upset when she doesn’t get her way and it always ends with her shouting, “You are a MEAN mom!”