Talk to your kids. Talk at your kids.
There is a difference between the two, and often reflects the communication between parents and their children.
Keeping communication lines open is an ongoing process that must adapt and adjust as children grow older and more independent.
What has worked for you? Share your experiences as we answer the question together.
QUESTION: What do you do to ensure the communication lines with your kids remain open?
ANSWER: You tell us. Login in the upper right hand corner. It's free and only takes about 20 seconds. Then comment on this article. Share your views and get some advice. Suggest future questions for discussion.
Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Patch invites you and your circle of friends to help build a community of support for mothers and their families right here in Lake Forest and Lake Bluff.
Every Wednesday in Moms Talk, our Moms Council of experts and smart moms take your questions, give advice and share solutions.
Moms, dads, grandparents and the diverse families who make up our communities will have a new resource for the thousands of issues that arise while raising children.
So grab a cup of coffee and settle in as we start the conversation today with a question from theLake Forest-Lake Bluff Patch's Mom's Council.
The Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Moms Council will share their insights along with you.