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9 thoughts on “Blended Family’s and Bonding”

  1. This is also excellent advice for non-step families! 🙂

    I am trying to be extra patient right about now, as holiday tasks start to get heaped onto all the other SAHM/WAHM stuff that I do (invisible, mostly, except to me!)
    .-= Lidian´s last blog ..Swanky =-.

  2. Excellent posting! As Lidian wrote: for non-step families too.
    Plus: always look into the eyes, with respect.
    Treat children as you’d like you to be treated.
    Don’t push. They need time.
    .-= BLOGitse´s last blog ..a metal detector, heavy metal and red wine… =-.

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  4. This is so true! My parents are divorced, but that didn’t happen until I was 19…but my husband’s parents were both married before and they have a yours, mine and ours family. My husband is the only ours baby…and his father NEVER let his mother actually “mother” his son from his first marriage and now the family dynamic is so strange and disjointed.
    .-= Natalie´s last blog ..Hallmark is full of fun for the holidays =-.

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