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I was worried about that as well, but now that he's nearing 13 months the kids are having a great time together! Both the older two help watch James, taking special care and attention to make sure he doesn't put anything in his mouth etc. This lead of course to them showing James how to play with his toys, which in turn lead to them playing with him (right down to rough housing carefully! LOL) Not to worry Momma! They will find their place
My ds and dd are 6 years apart and they drive me crazy!! It seems the only time my ds wants anything to do with his sister,is when he's grounded. However my dd is hyper and in your face and pesty. My ds is autistic so he doesn't like to be touched or bothered,he prefers to be alone.
~~~Thanks Patty(pattyandthemoos)for this great siggy~~~
My kids love playing with eachother. There is a 10 year age gap between youngest and oldest, but you wouldn't tell with the way they play. Kollin, my oldest, is ALWAYS looking out for Keely, and constantly plays with her.