So a little about me first, I have a son that is a little over 21 months old. I Had my beautiful baby boy when i was 19 and i just recently turned 21. I am pregnant again not sure if it is a boy or girl yet. Anyways we are very excited about the new addition to our family. However i must admitt that i am a little scared about having my toddler and a newborn. Is there any mothers out there that has any advice what so ever about handleing situations that you have came across? I guess im looking for really any advice tips etc.. Thank you so muchView Thread
I had a fear of this with my son who is almost 19 months. Ever since he was born he has always slept by himself. From day one to about 6 mo old he was in a bassenet, And then went to his crib in his own room. I would just try to keep the child on a schedule and let them know each night that they need to sleep in their own bed View Thread
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