Welcome to the Kiddles hub for siblings. Since it forms part of our preschooler category, we’ll focus on how to help older kids adjust to new siblings. We’ll also show you how to deal with sibling rivalry like a pro. If you’re not sure on where to get started, here are some great articles to get you going.
How and why to deal with sibling rivalry
As parents, we all want our kids to get along great. But there will be disagreements between siblings, it’s unavoidable. Some kids fight over toys, and others simply annoy the living crap out of each other. It’s a natural part of growing up, and it happens in all homes. For more details and tactics to deal with sibling rivalry, fee free to check out the full post.
How to prepare your kid for a new baby in the house
Welcoming a new baby into the world can be an amazing time for a family. But it can also be challenging to get your toddler (who used to be your whole world) to accept the new arrival. All kids are unique and might react differently to the realities that come with a new baby. But here are some ways in which you can prepare your toddler for a new baby in the house.
How to raise a responsible child
We all want to look at our children one day when they’re all grown up and say “I did a pretty good job at raising a responsible young individual.” But the task is often easier said than done. How can you raise a responsible child without intervening in the fun that is childhood? Here are some tips.
How to get your kid to say sorry like he means it
Pushing your kids to say sorry is something you’ll do a LOT during your parenting journey, but here’s the thing: are you teaching them anything by forcing them to say sorry and not really feeling sorry for what they’ve done? According to the parenting experts out there, our kids shouldn’t only say sorry, they should be able to take responsibility for their actions too. Here’s how you can get your kid to fess up, say sorry, and actually mean it too!
How to teach your kid about cause and effect with bullying as an example
Finding out that your child has gotten into trouble for bullying or that he has been victimized by a bully isn’t a great feeling. But worse than that is not knowing how to deal with the situation. In this post, we’ll be taking a closer look at how bullying behaviour arises and how you can teach your kids to disarm bullying with kindness.