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but everything has pros and cons
Do they have separate spaces at your house or are they sharing a room? My DDs can't spend every minute with each other. They need breaks. If they have separate spaces, then the minute they start in, spend them to their rooms for a break from each other.
Are they getting regular contact with their friends? Are the close enough to visit their friends? Are they on facebook? They need to be connected to their regular social support (IMHO).
Are they allowed the same movies/music/food that they are used to at home? Sibs can act out stress with each other that really isn't about each other.
I really like the book "siblings without rivalry" and "liberated parents, liberated children"
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