with your children? What are the consequences?
I was having this conversation with a friend of mine, the other day. It is funny how different families parent. (One isn't right, and the other wrong, just different.)
So far, with my kiddos being so young, the only one I could think of was not being kind and generous. (Most other things require at least a friendly reminder.) Kindness and generosity are not optional at our house, though.
Re: kindness - Neither of mine have been hitters or biters, so most of our "ugly" behavior is yelling, grunting, fussing, snatching, etc. They will get a time-out. Add (the older one) will have to apologize and explain what she did and why it was wrong. Or, if there is a logical consequence, we opt for that. (For example, she was going to go to the store with her dad Sunday. When her brother started running to the door, because he wanted to go too, she blocked him and said, "No. You can't go. Just Addie will go with Daddy." Tone and facial expression proved that it was "bully-ish", so J got to go with Dad, and Add had to stay home with me.
Re: generosity - If they don't share their toy, for example, they lose if for a while. If they don't share their "treat", they lose it, etc.
I love hearing others situations to prepare me for the future!