10 Reasons I'm Glad My Kids Have a Sister

Photo by: Kacy Faulconer
Sisters promote kindness
This BYU study found that having a loving sister or brother promotes good deeds like watching out for other kids at school. In fact, loving siblings ... more 
Photo by: Kacy Faulconer
Sisters promote kindness
This BYU study found that having a loving sister or brother promotes good deeds like watching out for other kids at school. In fact, loving siblings fostered charitable attitudes more than loving parents did. The relationship between sibling affection and good deeds was twice as strong as that between parenting and good deeds.
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Mon, Oct 22, 2012 2:52 PM EDT
Some people say they're afraid to have girls. They're afraid of the eventual teenage moodiness, or the possible princess obsession, among other things. But girls are so much more than meets the eye, whether they like princesses or prefer to play with the boys. Here are 10 reasons why I'm happy my kids have a sister. - By Kacy Faulconer



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