Sibling relationships are the longest lasting personal relationships any of us will ever have, but they don't necessarily come easy. Learning to get along with a brother or sister can present many challenges. Here you'll learn how to manage sibling rivalry and ways to help siblings get along.
Finding out they aren't 100 percent identical is just too much to take for these toddler twins.
What parents need to consider for their children who are siblings to a child with special needs.
One moms asks our child development specialist about sharing toys and belongings among siblings.
Whether you're firstborn, middle child, last-born, or only child, birth order can have a big effect on your personality and behavior.
Found: Simple but powerful ways to ensure all of your children feel like a VIP.
If you're introducing a new sibling, help your older child or firstborn adjust to the idea of an addition to the family.
Get your toddler excited about being a big brother or sister!
Kids fight over everything from the TV to who gets to sit next to Daddy at dinner. Short of locking each child up in a separate room, what's a parent to do?
Find out more about your first-born's personality and how he differs from his younger siblings.
Help your child cope when his siblings want to play alone with their friends.
Your youngest child might have his older siblings to thank for some of his personality traits. Watch this video to find out why.
Why does your middle child act the way she does? It could be her birth order position. Discover more about her personality.
Some siblings have to wait longer to meet their little brother or sister--but that doesn't mean they're any less excited! These adorable reader-submitted images perfectly depict the excitement big sibs feel when they finally meet the newest addition to the family.
Expecting your second child? Then you're wondering how your first-born is going to handle--well, everything. We asked moms who've been there to create this real-life trouble-shooting guide. From breaking the news to stopping sneaky aggression, here's how to prep your big kid for a younger sibling.
A new study says more siblings equal more problems for kids in large families.
Say it ain't so! A study found that parents may, in fact, favor one child over another.
Aggressive behavior is more common in kids who live with half- and step-siblings, a new study finds.
How to deal with an older sibling handing down a foul mouth to his sister.