DP and I are sometimes on a differing page when it comes to parenting. I would prefer a more consistent approach between us to make the transition to having two easier..
Anybody else do this or have issues with agreeing with it..??
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12-04-2012 18:08 #1
Do you and DP/DH agree on a consistent parenting approach??
12-04-2012 18:13 #2-
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My DP and I are have split now, but we still parent really well together. We agree on almost everything and I discuss things with him everyday. I knew we would make good parents, we were together 12 years. We just weren't good partners.
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12-04-2012 18:16 #3
Subscribing. This is one of our biggest issues.
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12-04-2012 18:18 #4
Im interested in other peoples views too. DH and I agree on some and disagree on others.
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12-04-2012 18:18 #5
We actually parent Pretty much the same.
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12-04-2012 18:19 #6
We are in the same page.
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12-04-2012 18:43 #7-
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yes. its one of the things we discussed before getting engaged.
luckily we had the same ideals from the start
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12-04-2012 18:50 #8
Same page here
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12-04-2012 18:53 #9
We are pretty similar. Sometimes we are not good at communicating what we believe though and the perceived difference in opinion causes issues when in actual fact there isn't much of a difference at all. Does that make sense?
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12-04-2012 18:54 #10
We agree on most things, have each others back most times but there are the odd occasion where we disagree...
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