Try this sharing experiment with your kids and see what happens

Try this sharing experiment with your kids and see what happens

You will be surprised to see what this little girl does...

Siblings playing with a green plush toy
Siblings playing with a green plush toy/Pexels

It comes as no surprise that toddlers sometimes find it difficult to share with each other. 

This doesn't mean that they are incapable of it, but rather that they are still learning how to process the overflowing amount of  experiences they are going through. 

As adults, we get overwhelmed with the amount of things we have to remember to do the 'right' way. So can you imagine how overwhelming it is for a small kid still learning how to juggle all the balls of life? 

This is why we were so impressed with this young girl who taught us something in the process. 

Her mother decided to test her and her brother in a sharing experiment. 

She gave her daughter a bowl with two chocolate bars and her son an empty bowl. 

Under any normal circumstance, as parents we would've assumed how this experiment would've turned out. 

Not to be judgmental in our thinking, but from past experience we have seen many toddlers tend to grab from others when they want something. And they are very verbal about what they want. 

But this was a complete surprise, and it certainly humbled us. It also allowed us to see that toddlers are able to act outside of their habits. 

It is therefore our responsibility to keep teaching them the right way and hope for the best. After all, Rome wasn't built in a day. 

@mrsm711 So proud of my kind little girl ❤️❤️ #sharing #kids #toddler #fyp #cute ♬ Love You So - The King Khan & BBQ Show

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