family) is totally unfair to the oldest child? What do you think about parents who have large and very families, knowing that they cannot effectively raise and give the prerequisite individualized parental attention to each child which result in having the oldest child be assigned to be a surrogate parent, giving up their childhood and adolescence? If you are the oldest child, how did you feel about raising your younger siblings and how did it infuence you regarding your own life and the number of children you decide to have?
by Grace Marguerite Williams3 years ago
(6 or more children per household) in the postmodern, 21st century United States, being fully cognizant of the fact that they will be subjecting their children to an extremely rudimentary and primitive socioeconomic...
by Grace Marguerite Williams14 months ago
I believe that the oldest child in a family have the toughest and roughest path to go. He/she was automatically dethroned upon the birth/births of a successive sibling/siblings. He/she is often held to...
by Stacie L3 years ago
After suffering a devastating miscarriage in December 2011, Michelle Duggar is trying to get pregnant again with her 20th child. The 19 Kids and Counting reality TV mom says she and husband Jim Bob Duggar are hoping to...
by moneyfairy3 years ago
Do you think a woman with more than 8 children has a mental problem?Isn't it just a little insane to have so many children? Unless you are a gazillionaire how on earth could you afford so many children? And how much...
by Kevin Peter13 days ago
Elder children always have a feeling that they are avoided by their parents. What can parents do about it?
by James Smith13 days ago
Are you sure it is not your own finances that you are most concerned with?
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