Big Sister Preciously Holds Newborn Baby Brother
Babies are so adorable and cute, and very fun to be around. However, there are also times when they are fussy and difficult to comfort, and then they cry and cry a lot, but nobody knows the reason why.
Those are the times when adults get frustrated and do not know what to do about it. We all love our siblings to bits, sometimes literally. They are the companions that attach around for life, keeping our most precious of secrets and giving guidance that no one else can give.
Normally, when parents announce to their grown children that a sibling is on the way, then do not like it very well.
Sure, there are those that are ecstatic about the notion of having a brother or a sister, but then there are those who can’t believe they are having another baby in the house!
And then, there are children like the little girl in this video, warming our hearts and making us wish we were kids again, along with our siblings.
These two siblings sure have a special bond. When the baby brother is upset and starts crying, her big sister comes to the rescue, preciously holds newborn baby brother and tries to soothe her!
Sometimes dads and moms need a little help from time to time, and that is when siblings come to support.
It is good for siblings to grow up together in harmony and give each other support every time the other sibling is upset or feeling under the weather.
Most children would love to get a baby sibling because it means that they will have a friend that they will cherish and love and protect forever.
Some of these kids do have a preference though, especially if it is a girl with one brother already and another one on the way. But sometimes your older child will scream and bang their head up against a wall, fearing that this new baby brother or sister will usurp all of mom's and dad's attention.
You can help your firstborn accept the new sibling, by giving them special jobs around the baby, so that they feel included in this new creature's life.
Ask for their opinion about how to dress the baby, or if they want to read the baby a story.