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Jenny P.

We didn't prep our 14 month old son at all. Now our dd is 3 months and #1 is somewhat curious about her. He will pet her fuzzy head and a few other cute things, but really, the cat is far more interesting. She seems to adore him, though. He gets more smiles and laughs from her than her father does and almost as many as I get. I am wondering what it'll be like once she starts playing with toys. The only jealousy he shows is towards the pacifier. If she has one, he wants it, though he has no interest in them otherwise.

Justice Jonesie

I don't have any tips either since I didn't really prep #2 for #3, (15 months apart). I think I was still in shock about #3. Who had the time? She was too young to really understand that #3 wasn't going anywhere. I think she really started to feel it when #3 was about 4-6 months old. My only tip is to try to give the older baby in the bunch some individual time with mommy at least once a day.

geekymummy

My daughter was 24 months when her brother was born and we did 'prep' her. It was interesting how her understanding of the situation grew as my belly did, at 18 months she didn't understand at all, but by 24 months when her brother arrived, she was fairly well prepared. One thing about having kids quite close together is how fast your older one is growing and changing as the time goes by. We loved the book The New Baby at Your House by Joanna Cole.

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