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    Quote Originally Posted by Fi Poledancer View Post
    It is such a huge juggle isn't it!!!

    He's also going through a huge transition getting a sibling. I would actually suggest the opposite - ask your parents to watch the baby for a bit so you can have some 1:1 time with your older son? Maybe he's feeling disconnected from you and a bit jealous of bub?
    As soon as I finish feeding baby I ask my 2 y/o what he wants to do - play, eat whatever I can manage to do and we do together. He always wants to be around me and he’s brother and I always encourage it too

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