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Tips on Raising Children with a Wide Age Gap

If you look back a few generations ago, you will remember that families consisted of several kids that were spaced about three years apart from one another. However, it seems that these days there is a bit more flexibility when it comes to planning a family. This means that some families may have children that age ages 4, 6 and 7, while another family may have children that are ages 14 and 6. Here are some tips of raising children with a wide age gap.

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Do you pick up after your kids, or do everything for them—from putting clothes in the hamper to organizing toys? It may be time to stop. Giving kids chores and responsibilities has many benefits, both for parents and kids. Here are 7 reasons your kids need responsibilities.