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Plenty of Love for All

Author GreatDad Writers
Submitted 05-11-2007

Here are some tips to help both your
baby and your older children feel secure and
loved:

  • Set aside a time to be alone with your
    older children. Let them pick an activity
    they would like to do.
  • Tell them stories about what you did with
    them when they were babies.
  • When you are doing things with your baby, let your older children take
    part. For example, let them help pick out a book to read to their
    siblings and sit with you when you read to your baby.
  • Teach your older children how to play some of the games described in
    this magazine with the baby under your supervision.
  • After you put your baby to bed one night, have a pizza party or special
    meal with your older children.

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