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Replying to @Salma Rumz Balancing the diverse needs of a new baby and a toddler can be an overwhelming task for parents. The demands of diaper changes, feeding schedules, and sleepless nights with an infant, coupled with the constant energy and attention required by a toddler, create a challenging dynamic. However, this period offers a unique opportunity for parents to forge strong sibling connections. Simultaneously meeting the needs of both children fosters a sense of inclusivity and shared experiences. Engaging in activities that involve both the baby and toddler, such as storytime or play sessions, not only eases the adjustment for the older sibling but also strengthens the bonds between them. Nurturing these relationships during the early stages of childhood lays the foundation for a supportive and enduring connection between siblings.

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l'II be honest - I absolutely hate
the process of getting family photos done! I love the outcome, but the process can be draining! Once a year, literally just once a year, I ask everyone to get dressed specifically for our year end family photo shoot, because quite frankly, it might be the only time we get a very nice picture of all 4 of us. Well, while you see photos and clips of a happy family (which is true), let me share the real human side that you don't see in this post (and many posts like this):

A VERY FRUSTRATED wife and mother!
Very frustrated at my husband because he's in charge of the photos (there's a reason they say don't mix business with pleasure. Lol) and we weren't on the same page about the shoot and he didn't have some of his equipment on hand (we weren't home).

So I was furious! At one point my father-in-law encouraged us to "look at each other like you love each other, not like you're trying to kill each other" & Mildly frustrated at my kids (just one actually. Lol) because the instructions were simple - focus and smile ! But these seemingly simple instructions are not simple after all &) Kids are kids and that's fine

So after a few takes, I decided to stop being annoyed. Everyone else was happy with life, was the only one annoyed and stressing. We were already dressed up so we might as well make the most of it. So we just started having fun and got some clips, which I put together.

So behind the happy and loving family, is truly a happy and loving family who also deals with some real life situations.

And at the end of the day, I feel incredibly blessed to do life with these humans. They remain my anchor and motivation for everything else. They are the real meaning of happiness, for me.

Happy Holidays from my family to yours❤️

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The holiday season, with its numerous gatherings and social events, can be a source of anxiety for children. The pressure to engage with relatives, family friends, and even unfamiliar faces can be overwhelming. Parents can play a crucial role in supporting their children during these times. By encouraging small, manageable social interactions and providing a supportive environment, children can learn to navigate social situations more comfortably. This not only helps them enjoy the holiday season but also translates to improved social skills in their everyday school setting.

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