Do you get frustrated when they misbehave?
In these moments it is very difficult for us to maintain our composure and offer them the support they need.
Part of raising children consists in teaching them, little by little, how they have to behave. They are going to need time to assimilate, practice, make mistakes, and try again. Our challenge is knowing how to respond in the moments of errors and mischief. The easy thing is to complain and get angry at them when they do something wrong. But it is in the bitter moments when they need our love and patience the most. Focus on showing them the same amount of respect, when they are behaving well, as when they are not. They deserve to feel loved by you, from when you are celebrating them to when you are correcting them.