Thursday, February 26, 2009

Best Friends

My children have NOT been acting very nice to each other lately, so we decided to have an FHE on why it was important to treat your siblings kindly.  The result.....


Jami and Scott said...

My mom used to make my brothers hug each other in the middle of the family room for like a minute if they were fighting. Best punishment ever :)

Paul or Lindsay said...

We had to "kiss and make up" or go to time out. Parenting 101, I guess.

Adrienne said...

So I need to borrow your FHE lesson on being nice to each other. Landon and Dayton are currently grounded from everything due to fighting.....what's wrong with me?? I'm a terrible parent!

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