Four kids and four VERY different signs. Boy, was I in for a whirlwind with these personalities colliding and blending differently with each interaction.
Understanding more about their individual sign helped me see them in a new light. I became more patient and more understanding. Although I am still learning quite a bit daily – especially how my own sign interacts with each of my kids. It is a pivoting game as not one way of dealing with a kiddo is the exact same as another.
For example, here is a brief picture of our family.
Rational, orderly, and likes to know the plan details for everything. Health-conscious, he wants to master his hockey skills and enjoys his own space.
Full of energy, imaginative, and always ready for fun. A fierce defender of his family and friends, he is honing in on his entertainment skills.
Deeply caring and sensitive to others, but a force to be reckoned with if crossed. She is creative and enjoys understanding the world around her.
Independent, creative, and always finding solutions to problems. She follows the beat of her own drum but always loves the company of many.
Alyssa (Mom): Pisces
Empathetic, dreamy, and full of optimism. Curious of the inner and outer world around us. I love creating things and encouraging others to follow their dreams.
Joel (Dad): Scorpio
Full of conviction, quick witted and intuitive. He excels at digging deep into an issue and finding solutions. A sentimental soul with deep family and friendship bonds.
So what do my boys argue about the most? My older Virgo forgets his younger Leo brother doesn’t know as much as he does yet or he gets mad that Leo’s toys are all over the place. 🤷🏻♀️ Leo sometimes can’t fathom how seemingly unimaginative and unwilling to play his virgo brother is – it’s TRUE. My virgo wasn’t much for action figures or toy cars growing up.
On the flip side Leo will defend his brother without a doubt even if he caused virgo to get a stern talking to by the parental figures lol. 🤭 Virgo brother likes to help his little Leo get dressed and hair ready for school.
The girls are another story – one that will have to wait for future blog posts.