Blog: Ease the New Sibling Blues

Help your child deal with a squalling, red-faced intruder.

Having a new sibling can be difficult for a toddler. While you see the new baby as a lifelong friend for her, your child sees the baby as an intruder -- as someone who is taking up a lot of your time that used to belong to her, says Linda Dunlap, PhD, a developmental psychologist and chairman of the psychology department at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York.

Here's some advice on what to expect and how to handle the challenges of your expanding family...

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