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With four kids in our lineage, our everyday responsibilities as parents take up the majority of members of our free time.
It starts from the hour we wake up, when my husband and I start projecting out the day- Who’s picking up the oldest from academy? What’s for dinner tonight? Do we have enough food for every kid to have a lunch that consists of more than a stale tortilla and three dried-out carrots?
While we figure all that out and more, my husband obliges three container of oatmeal alongside his own, and I empty the toddler’s grubby high chair from dinner last light because I forgot and…is that an ant ?!
We’re constantly in go-go-go state really to get the bare minimum done, and that doesn’t leave much hour for stopping to connect with our kids.
A health alliance with our kids is crucial. Research shows that in order to have a health liaison, for every negative interaction, you need five positive interactions to counterbalance it out.
For example, when I lose my refrigerate over my toddler coloring on the walls, we need five positive interactions to symmetry that out, or such relationships will suffer.
But I don’t need the research to tell me that because I can see it for myself.
When my connection with my children are beginning to accept, the result is more supremacy strifes and less participation from them. And when the strength struggles wear upon my persistence, I sometimes turn into an angry mama, which feeds the stoppage even more.
And then above all, my goal is to build a strong mother-daughter bond that are able to last a lifetime. As it turns out, a health mother-daughter relationship can be the strongest of all family relationships throughout your child’s life.
But it’s when my daughters are young that I must invest in a strong foundation for our relationship. If we don’t is the beginning with a health communication now, it surely won’t magically appear when they’re teenagers or adults.