My Older Child Isn't Bonding With Her Baby Sibling, How Do I Encourage Her to Care?
We all hope our children will be "more than siblings," and have true friendships. But there's only so much we can do. Parents.com's "Ask Your Mom" columnist, Emily Edlynn, Ph.D., says for young children with a baby sibling, they need plenty of time, attention, and connection to feel secure in their big sibling role.
How to Help Your Kid Deal With the Disappointment of Not Having a Sibling
Kids may ask for a younger sister or brother at various phases of life. Here's how to support them through the disappointment of not having a sibling when they really want one.
My Daughter Grew Up Before My Eyes When She Became a Big Sister, and I Wasn't Ready
My 3-year-old went from being a baby to a big kid right when I walked through the front door with my newborn. She was ready to be a big sister, but it was a transition I learned that I wasn't prepared for.
Firstborn Children Are More Intelligent Than Their Younger Siblings, Study Suggests
"With each subsequent child, parents tend to relax to a greater extent what they might deem as non-essential needs for their kids," a researcher told Today.
Moms Share Best and Worst Ways to Prepare Your Child for a New Baby
Your cozy little threesome is about to become a party of four. Even though you’ve been psyching up your child for the big change, you might feel a little (okay, a lot) worried about the disruption that’s about to happen. Here, real moms of two or more share helpful tips, funny moments, and honest mistakes they made along the way.
Whoa! 3 Sons, 3 Super-Strong Reactions to Their Mom's Pregnancy News
Well, at least this mom knows exactly how her sons feel about adding another sibling to the family.