If you've read my Mission Statement, Dreams & Goals you'll know that I want SHH to be a place where no masks are worn and all are loved. If you haven't read it, you can find it here. Today I'm being honest, no masks ;)

 

This week has been crazy for us. Being a stay at home family, we tend to move at a much slower pace than most. My son has been attending cub scout camp all week, which happens to be almost 45 minutes away.

So.....we've had to get up and "move" in the am, just to get him there on time. This has not proven easy.

My kiddos are not the always loving brother and sister type. They have times when they do play together very well, but it doesn't seem to be the majority of their time. Instead, they fight, pick on and bother each other. Sigh.

Each morning this week, some calamity has befallen us. Mommy is tired.

I believe part of the reason is a shared room. A decade later and I'm *patiently* waiting for an extra room to finally give them their own space. That day has not yet to arrive.

What ways do you combat fighting against your kiddos? I'd love to hear them!

Signed,

A Tired and Tried Help Meet

 

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