I grew up in a single parent household and I didn’t grow up with a picture of the “right” way to disagree around the kids. My husband and I are under a lot of stress, with little-to-no time alone together to have fun, much less hash out issues.
We find ourselves bickering in front of our kid way more often than any of us likes, though I wouldn’t call it constant. We’re not likely to get any more time alone together for some time (that’s part of the problem), so that won’t work for us.
When do you fight with your spouse when you have kids? How do you keep from arguing in front of kids? — Rebekah