Created by Updated on Jul 13, 2016
so much change after my second baby born my 8 yr girl is behavior is changed
| Jul 14, 2016
hi Astha Alia! the changes u see in your girl are expected and normal. think about it this way_ her whole world seems to have changed. she feels her place is being occupied by another being with whom she is finding difficult to connect. she was t he princess and the only attention seeker in the house but now all of a sudden things seem to have gone for as toss. she has to share everything including her parents, their love,their attention, their time,her belongings, her room and everything u can imagine with this new addition whom everyone calls her sibling. Astha give time to the beautiful bond they share to grow and become stronger. Be on her side and let her know things have changed for good. your love for her has grown manifold. she still continues to be special and your princess. make sure to spend some exclusive moments with her. once she is back from school give her time , listen to what she has to share, teach her, play with her.. Avoid comparing Kids, scolding her, reprimanding her,. Astha she is the same child and an addition of a family member doesn't make her grow up soon as we expect. I am sure she would become a responsible person and a loving caring sibling in the years to come. shower your love on her, praise her, kiss her ,motivate her, and most importantly try and understand this is not an easy phase for her. let her come to terms with it and sail through this phase smoothly with your love and faith ion her. hope this helps!
| Jul 14, 2016
hi astha, I go with shikha. give her sometime to digest the truth. meanwhile give same importance to her needs as you used to do before. I know it is difficult to manage balance between the needs of both the kids as i've gone through same phase. take time out for her, give small responsibilities of her sibling to her like wiping eyes or nose, making them laugh so that she'll get connected to her brother or sister. don't worry, after understanding the fact that both are equally important to you, she'll be fine