Do First Born Children Get Better Treatments From Parents Than Last Born Children?
I seem to recall reading that the youngest sibling usually receives the best treatment and a lighter load. Typically, the oldest ends up with having the most responsibilities and greatest demands place on them.
I THINK IT DEPENDS ON THE PARENTS SITUATION AT TAHT PATICULAR TIME , DO THEY HAVE THE SAME INCOME ?, DO THEY HAVE THE SAME ENERGY? THE FIRST IS USAULLY THE LEARNING BABY SO YOU TRY TO DO EVERYTHING THE RIGHT WAY AND THE LAST CHILD IS THE BABY SO YOU WANT TO SPOIL HIM AND GIVE HIMTHE BEST OPPERTUNITIES, BECUASE YOU WANT YOUR BABY TO BE STONG WHEN HE OR HER GETS TO BE AN ADULT.
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