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    Growing a family: A parents' guide to helping siblings bond

    by Leslie Crawford
    How can you help your kids stop fighting and develop close bonds? Four moms and three experts share their best tips.
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      Article: Growing a family - A parents' guide to helping siblings bond

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    It absolutely does! Siblings who share rooms are bonded forever. Trust, patience, negotiating, standing your ground, being supported, and love! Sisters or Brothers who have shared rooms grow up staying connected to each other... because they've always lived together. Those midnight talks. The comforts of knowing someone was there when it was dark!

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