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What is the hardest transition going from one to two babies?

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    03/21/14
    6Jeanine
    personally for me the hardest part was my emotions. I was so worried my first born would be upset, hurt or angry. But he was beyond thrilled and absolutely loved being a big brother. Besides that nothing. I spaced them out 3 yrs so it was actually a lot easier than say 2-3 for me bc they were 10 mos apart!
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      03/21/14
      4Marla
      going shopping for groceries is more challenging. Eating a full meal from your own plate. And not feeling guilty about spending equal time with each child.
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        03/22/14
        Oh gosh good question... it had been o long i cannot remember! LOL! ... bur seriously just being able t split your time. ... Ph and if they are close in age you cannot just leave the baby unattended because the toddler sibling might disrupt, poke or try to play with baby when it is not wanted.
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          03/22/14
          Tessa
          My girls were only 11 1/2 months apart, the hardest thing of me was feeling guilty. I felt guilty that I was going to take my oldest daughters baby years away from her or that I wasnt going to have enough time to spend with both of them. But it was nothing like that, it was pretty much like I had twins, my oldest still got her baby time and the giult I think is something all parents go through no matter the age of their children. It was also really hard to go anywhere for the first couple months after my second daughter was born, because they were both in infant car seats and I still had to take bottles and diapers and a change of cloths for both of them. But I love it and I'd never change it for anything in the world, they are so close with each other :)
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