Every Day Little Sister Is Waiting For Her Brother To Get Off The School Bus, And It’s Adorable

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Every Day Little Sister Is Waiting For Her Brother To Get Off The School Bus, And It’s Adorable

As parents, we sometimes have that feeling that we somehow failed in raising our kids the way we imagined they should be brought up. This crosses our mind when we see them fighting over little things such as who gets the bigger piece of cake or the last cookie from the jar. We burden ourselves with these thoughts not realizing they are perfectly normal and that every kid out there fights with their sibling over these things. This is actually how they connect, how they learn to share, and how they show their love.

What one mother wrote about the relationship between her two kids will melt your heart.

“I consider myself to be a fairly tolerant parent. I don’t mind spoiling.

If my kids don’t want veggies on their plate at dinner I don’t force them to eat it.

And I don’t limit their television viewing all that much as long as they read just as many books.

There are a handful of things, however, that can tip me over the edge into that dangerous place of rage, sadness, and self-doubt.

Not listening is a big one. Whining is another. But nothing frustrates me more than when my kids fight with each other.

They fight over whose turn it is with the iPad, who has more time with the iPad, and who is better at whatever game they are currently playing on the iPad.

They fight over who got the bigger piece of cake, more frosting, the better plate.

They call each other names and dole out insults like “you’re a butt” and “no YOU’RE a butt.

Sometimes the fighting makes me want to scream or cry, or both.

I wonder what I’m doing wrong as a parent, and I lament the fact that two of the people I love the most don’t seem to like each other at times.

There are days when it seems like the vast majority of their interactions are acrimonious, hostile, and exasperating. But every afternoon at 4:04pm when my son gets off the school bus from kindergarten, this happens… they greet each other with hugs, kisses, and walk home arm and arm saying things like, “Your my favorite person.” “Thanks. Your my favorite person, too.”

As a parent that’s the best I can hope for. That my babies will fight and forgive. That they will practice what it means to be a human with each other. That they will learn when to stand their ground and when to let something go. That they will learn to be siblings, maybe even favorites.”

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I consider myself to be a fairly tolerant parent. I don’t mind spoiling. If my kids don’t want veggies on their plate at dinner I don’t force them to eat it. And I don’t limit their television viewing all that much as long as they read just as many books. There are a handful of things, however, that can tip me over the edge into that dangerous place of rage, sadness, and self-doubt. Not listening is a big one. Whining is another. But nothing frustrates me more than when my kids fight with each other. They fight over whose turn it is with the iPad, who has more time with the iPad, and who is better at whatever game they are currently playing on the iPad. They fight over who got the bigger piece of cake, more frosting, the better plate. They call each other names and dole out insults like “you’re a butt” and “no YOU’RE a butt.” Sometimes the fighting makes me want to scream or cry, or both. I wonder what I’m doing wrong as a parent, and I lament the fact that two of the people I love the most don’t seem to like each other at times. There are days when it seems like the vast majority of their interactions are acrimonious, hostile, and exasperating. But every afternoon at 4:04pm when my son gets off the school bus from kindergarten, this happens…….they greet each other with hugs, kisses, and walk home arm and arm saying things like, “Your my favorite person.” “Thanks. Your my favorite person, too.” As a parent that’s the best I can hope for. That my babies will fight and forgive. That they will practice what it means to be a human with each other. That they will learn when to stand their ground and when to let something go. That they will learn to be siblings, maybe even favorites. ❤️ #Love

A post shared by The Jackson 5 (@godivachocolate__) on Nov 13, 2017 at 2:13pm PST

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