NEHEMIAH 1—6 Nehemiah asks people to help
him fix the wall around the city.
SAY THIS: Who are you thankful for? I am thankful for
people who help me.
As you drive, take turns with your child saying, "I am thankful for [person's name]," and then say why you are thankful for them. When you get where you're going, end with talking about how thankful you are for all the people God made to help you and your child.
"Always give thanks to God."
Ephesians 5:20, NCV
BASIC TRUTH: God made me.
From Parent Cue:
HOW TO HELP YOUR KIDS GET ALONG By Chajay Wise
It all started when they were younger, arguing over who would get to play with the toy first and for how long. Then it graduated to who would get control of the TV as they raced for the remote. Now, it’s calling "shotgun" for the front seat with dibs on being the DJ for the car ride.
Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines sibling rivalry as the “competition between siblings especially for the attention, affection, and approval of their parents.” Truth is, every parent of more than one child will have to deal with this at one point or another. For some of us, these situations are all to familiar and for others they are examples of what is to come. So here are some ways our family has chosen to fight these battles . . .