It can be hard to parent a ‘mini-me.’
It’s expected that your children will pick up a few traits from you – like your eyes or your sense of humor. But in some cases, you’ll get a child who is a lot like you. You have more similarities than you do differences.
Studio 5 Parenting Contributor Heather Johnson says that parenting circles often talk about how difficult it can be to raise a child who is nothing like you. However, she says it can be harder than expected to raise one who thinks and acts like you do. She shares six ways you can properly parent your “mini-me.”
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