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    what's the middle child syndrome? I need to read up on that... from early indication, its looking like bubs will be another boy (same as middle)....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayla14 View Post
    what's the middle child syndrome? I need to read up on that... from early indication, its looking like bubs will be another boy (same as middle)....
    Issues about being in the middle...Google it. Or not . Depends if you want something else to stress about as a mum!

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    I think it's better for that child to be whoever they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sockstealingpoltergeist View Post
    I think it's better for that child to be whoever they are.
    I dont think the op is asking about the child as an individual but in terms of family dynamics. Plus and minus for either sex when there is three.


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    My youngest two are the same gender but its too early to tell how it'll pan out for them. My oldest is 7 so I think the gap is too big for there to be a lot of things in common, but not so with the girls. Time will tell!


 

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