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    DH tries hard but has a tough time going about it in a child-level way. He speaks klingon and they speak English but can only hear in French type situation going on. It does fall to me and occasionally he will ask how to approach something. I'm also around them more so I guess that plays a part. I know hed like to be more involved but struggles so much.

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    We both do. Dh and I are different in so many ways except when you talk about moral/values/sense of social justice. We will both address things with DD as they come up and we are usually on the same page. That said, I do have to fine tune some things like telling DD that we should only make fart jokes at home with mum and dad and not at daycare, and correcting DH that it would be best not to tell her that she can make them with the kids but out of earshot of the teachers .

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    Definitely me, dh was not brought up with many morals so struggles a bit.

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    Majority of the time, it's me, simply because of the fact I'm with the kids throughout the day, when something may come up that needs discussion.

    But several times during the week before bed, DH has a chat with the girls about matters & values relevant to us as a family. I make sure that he makes time for that as I think it's pretty important that it comes from both parents.


 

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