20 Ways You Know That Your Preschooler Has A Tween Sibling
By Sellabit Mum on February 12, 2014
There is a seven year age difference between my oldest daughter and youngest daughter. When my oldest daughter was four I took her to music classes and we’d sing and clap to repetitive and traditional children songs, play with scarves, and roll balls back and forth to the rhythm of these songs. I remember smiling really big and thinking that this is what good parenting was all about. . . .
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