I love the photos that Kristen Hafner took of my kids with the Bluebonnets recently. They came out beautiful. My kids look so sweet, innocent, and loving to one another.

That’s not always the case. My kids argue, bicker, and pick on one another just like any normal sibilings. The thing about it that I want them to learn to love and care for one another, so that they have positive relationships as adults. I have that with my siblings and I want that for my own kids too.

They didn’t come out of the womb knowing how to clean their rooms and they weren’t born naturally knowing how to show one another love. It’s something they learn by our example and our teachings. Parents have a huge responsibility and role in helping their children develop good relationships between one another. It’s not easy, but if you make these behaviors and teachings in your life a daily habit, then you are more likely to be successful in teaching your kids to get along. I revisited an article that I wrote for LifeHack a while back. The article is a good reminder on how to teach your children to get along with one another. Here is the link to that article: