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Second Babies Get Much Worse Parents Than Baby Number One

Post by Deborah Cruz Remember when you had your first baby and you were filled with the irrational fear that you’d take them home and break them immediately? They were perfect and you wanted them to stay that way. Ah, those were the days. The second baby? Not so much. It's called second baby syndrome and it's real. The first time you read every parenting book. You bought all the right toys, gadgets, and recommended baby products.
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