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Cyndee September 19th, 2008 10:09 AM

For those who their oldest child was an only child until you had their WSS.. Like Walker was our only child until we had Braxton..

Did they have a hard time adjusting to the sibling?

I thought since Walker had been an only child for 6 years he would try and harm the baby.. But he was really good..

Rachel September 22nd, 2008 08:59 PM

Well I had two, so I can't really answer your question. However, both of my big kids were ecstatic when they learned of my pregnancy with Daniel and both were present in the delivery room at his birth! :smile:

Momof4Boyz September 25th, 2008 08:39 PM

No Joe was really happy to have Jayden. I worried he'd be really jealous or angry but he wasn't, the only negative thing I remember was the 1st day though when Jayden decided to cry for an hour Joe told me to "put that whiner baby back in my belly" LOL but other than that he was nothing but helpful. His only problem with Jayden was that he was "boring" he thought the baby was gonna come out ready to play with cars lol.

mousemomof3 October 11th, 2008 10:14 AM

no my two got along great

A&C's_Mom October 13th, 2008 09:06 PM

My son thinks his little sister is adorable, but he finds her to be boring since she's still a newborn and can't talk or play yet. I know that it also bothers him that she takes up so much of my time right now. I have to keep reminding him that things will become more fun again as she gets older.

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