Just a quick note to say hi! great- glad I could help and I WOULD love to be updated- and congratulations on having such a sweet little family- even the grandparents with their bouts of "ice cream generosity" are as normal as can be.....
Just a quick note to say hi!
praying for you all- I thought I would add this part in private- your child is not really repulsed by his mom but imagine this
of course you have NOT replaced the eldest child with the youngest BUT imagine this- a man comes home and says to his wife- Honey, I love you so much and you are so adorable I want another one just like you so I am getting another wife and you two can be friends!!! uhhhhhh-
this is perhaps how a 2 year old feels about a new sibling- "wasn't I enough?- can't I meet all your needs for love?"
I would suggest at least once a day reminding him what a good big brother he is AND most importantly catch him doing something sweet for mom even if it is listening to ONE request she has made- "Oh Jimmy, daddy and mommy like it when you obey us"
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