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sibling rivalry

10 Ways to Curb Sibling Rivalry

Whenever my family arrives home my kids make a mad dash for the front door. I'm not sure why it is important to them, but they each want to be the first one in the house. As I come to the door with my keys to unlock the door they are positioned like two power forwards fighting for a rebound. It drives me crazy. Once I made them sit on the front porch for ten minutes before letting them come in. Tired of your kids fighting over who gets to be first? Who gets to sit in the front seat of the car? Who gets served ice cream first? One All Pro Dad reader perhaps has a better way to deal with it. Designate a Kid of the Week. The idea is simple – every week, one of your children will get priority with privileges – like sitting next to Dad, or getting the mail. Then next week, it’s someone else’s turn. Keep all your kids on rotation and let them know that if it’s not their turn this week, it will be soon. This simple process can greatly curb sibling rivalry. And we all could use a little less of that. Here are 10 ways to curb sibling rivalry. . . .

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