So some thing that changed for me was the fact that I couldn't wear my youngest now because well I have the other one my oldest one and with my oldest I would carry her almost every day and now it's my second I can't or I don't do it as often I think I've only done it a few times there's something that definitely change for me and all those other things but that's one that comes up
I agree with my first I was able typical sleep with her and I was able to do a lot more things that was like me and her time but because I had my second so close they're literally like a year and two weeks apart
So because I had him so close in age, I wasn't really able to do a lot with her towards like me being like eight months pregnant, nine months pregnant. And then with my second, I was just so overly exhausted. I didn't do anything.
I didn't do any of that with her I'm like spice cold sleeping or even like breast-feeding was super hard so I was a stay at home mom or I still MC Houma but with two I just I couldn't have that one on one time with her as much as I wanted to
Something that changed with us is when I only had one, my oldest, I feel like we got out of the house more. like I took him out to do more and now that I have two I'm a lot more nervous taking them both out.
I only have one but I know other people that have multiples and they say that they, the first thing that they notice is that they don't pay much attention to the second or third baby as much as they did to the first one.
So I have just one daughter but I know something that I've heard is that family and friends don't really pay much attention to the second or third born as much as they did to the first one. for the first one they want to go.
One thing I've heard is that with the second and third warrants, family members and friends don't really pay much attention or they don't go visit us often as they did with the first one. that's something I've heard.