My girls love to help in the kitchen. They especially love it when we make desserts, and one of their favorite things to help make are Rice Krispies Treats®. We make them pretty frequently, so they know the basic recipe and it is so easy they can really help. This time, we made Easter Rice Krispies Treats […]
My babies were 17 years apart, so I might not be the best to ask, but my advice is to hug and love baby #2 as much as possible. It's harder to get one on one time when you already have one, but it's so important.
Sounds yummy and easy to make, I will have to try it!
You find out with number 2 that you don't need half of the stuff you bought for baby number 1. My oldest never slept in her crib so we sold because she was going to be an only child. God had different plans for us and we ended up having daughter number 2. I did not buy her a crib because she wouldn't have slept in it either. There's lots of other things that you learn that you don't need too. Also know that you do have enough love for 2. I cried a lot when pg with number 2 because I was scared that I couldn't possibly love her as much as I did my oldest. I was so very wrong. There is more than enough love to go around.
I am just the cool Auntie, but I always make it a point to make time to do special things like movie dates with the younger siblings.
When: Friday, April 03, 2015 – 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Where: West Oaks Branch at West Oaks – Children’s Area
Shapes, sorting and early math concepts will inspire S.T.E.M. learning for your little one. Robot fun with crafts, activities and stories. Ages 3-5. #science
My question about life with baby number two: how do you avoid sibling rivalry? Thanks for the giveaway!
Be sure to to give baby #2 as much attention as you gave baby #1 and take as many pictures too
i have never used knorr products, the dish looks good, satisfying.
Involve your older child with their sibling from the beginning!