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November 11th, 2010, 01:20 PM
jessesgirl24
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My son Sebastian is 17 months old and is about to become a big brother in March 2011. Baby Skyler is due on March 5th. I was just wondering if you have any suggestions on how to ease the transition of bringing the baby home and everything. Sebastian will be 22 months when the baby comes. He is the center of attention, super energetic kid and I'm kind of worried about him being around the baby. He will still be kind of young to understand stuff and he is a super big momma's boy.
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November 11th, 2010, 01:45 PM
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Welcome I'm Lisa, wife to Andy, SAHM to my girls Taylor and Rylie (17 months apart) and our son Seth who is 19 months behind Rylie. My oldest is my "spirited child" and has always required a ton of attention and is very demanding and it was tough... she was always attempting to hurt Rylie but it eventually stopped. You just have to be consistent and always watch. Rylie hasn't even attempted to bother Seth. Each kid is so different. Anyway, glad to have you here!
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November 12th, 2010, 07:08 AM
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Well the one thing that I can say is that Hayley seemed to regress when Cammie was born. She was nearly potty-trained (she was 26 months) and went completely back to going in her diaper. She definitely wanted to be babied again, she acted out a lot.
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November 14th, 2010, 06:14 AM
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Make him feel like a big boy, get him to help with the baby etc as sarah said all children act differently, my DD1 (3) acted up when DS came along and started wetting herself, putting dummies in her mouth (she had not used one for 2 years) and crawling around the house!
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