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Helping Your Toddler to Become a Big Sibling
By  Lori Ramsey of Stages-inPregnancy.com

If you already have a child and are pregnant, you are in for a wonderful and life-changing experience.  If your child is still a baby or a toddler, these times will prove to be a bit trying as well as exciting.  
It’s true that toddlers are “normally” excited to become a big brother or sister.  They can also be a bit jealous at times.

The best way to ease your toddler into siblinghood is to plan and set the stage for the arrival of the new baby brother or sister well ahead of time.  This will help to make the birth a happier and anticipated event for the whole family.

Start early by explaining to your toddler the important role they hold as the big brother or sister.  Build up this role so that their expectations are also built up.  Allow them to be a part of the growing baby by placing them on your lap and place their hand on your belly to feel the baby move.  Talk in detail about how you will care for the new baby.  Tell them they will be big helpers with bathing, dressing, feeding (when appropriate).  They will anticipate the arrival with enthusiasm and will gain some understanding about how important their role as a big sibling is.

Be honest with your toddler about how much time will be involved with your care of the new baby.  Explain to them that you took this time when they were little to care for them until they were big enough to not need so much attention.  It’s important to keep your toddler with you while caring for the new baby – explain to them what you are doing, and tell them stories of how you did these things for them too when they were a baby.  Send your toddler on little errands to include them in the care – even if you have to search to find something for them to do.  Even fetching a burp cloth can be monumental for a toddler and the praise they receive when they present it to you will be well worth the effort.

Even with all this preparation your toddler may still feel jealous at times.  It’s just the way toddlers are, so be patient with them.  The adjustment time for your toddler will eventually come around to where they accept their new sibling and won’t feel so jealous, if you take the time to include them- to spend one-on-one time with them.  Reassure them they still have a place in the family and are just as loved as the new baby.

You may go through some rough times with your toddler – you will have to keep a watchful eye on your toddler and new baby.  Toddlers sometimes get the urge to play rough – to see how the baby will react if they slap them or hit them or throw a toy at them.  Firmly explain to them why this is wrong and don’t allow the two to be left alone.  Try to remember this will be their attempt to defend their position in the family should they feel threatened by the new baby’s appearance.

Bottom line, it takes a ton of patience to help a toddler to transition with a new baby in the home.  But it’s possible-- and eventually all will relax and enjoy each other.  The baby will get bigger – and you’ll be able to relax a bit more and allow your toddler and baby sibling to play together as the baby becomes more mobile.

Contributed by Lori Ramsey of Stages in Pregnancy.
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