Believe it or not, siblings really can get along. People stop me when I am with my children in public all of the time. I can’t begin to tell you how many times someone has taken me aside, just to inform me that they were blown away by how well behaved my kids were! I am so proud of my three children and the love they have for each other. I tell people all of the time that they are my “herd” because they stay together no matter where we are. The three of them will literally stick right together when we go places and if one member of the pack starts to wander, the other two will quickly scurry over the rejoin the herd. Their kindness and attentiveness to one another is beautiful and I my wish is that they will always have such a special bond.
They play together, they cuddle, and they get sad when one of them is gone for too long. But when it comes to agreeing on something to watch, my older two can go from love to loathe in a matter of minutes. Does this sound familiar to anyone? Netflix wants siblings everywhere (of all ages) to get along famously, no matter their differences in show tastes. That’s why Netflix has created Netflix Sibling Playlists to honor National Siblings Day (April 10th). During the month of April, kids can choose from playlists such as the “Tale of Two Distant Ages” to “Sugar and Spice” and more, offering something for every sibling squad to watch and enjoy together.