Adding a baby to the family can sometimes come with mixed emotions from parents, but more likely from siblings. Even siblings who express excitement at the announcement of pregnancy and enjoy touching mom's belly and talking to the baby can later act out and experience difficult emotions over the ne
Pregnancy the second time around looks a little different than the first time. You are more aware of what to expect (although every pregnancy can vary in its symptoms), you aren't as likely to know the exact week and day of your pregnancy, and -- this is a big one -- you already have a child to care
“Love makes a family.”
If you're pregnant for the second, third (or more) time around, you may be considering inviting older siblings to attend the birth of your new baby.