If you are the OLDEST daughter of a medium large to very large family, what would YOU want to say to
ma, you should have girth to me as the last child. Being the oldest means I had to sacrifice my money, time and effort to the family. I gave all the money i earned from 4 jobs per day to my dad, i didn't go further study because I had no savings, until now, i still have to give to my family
Being the oldest I had to take care of my younger brother and sister, time for me was of the essence, it made me feel left out of my very own life and wished my mother had considered my needs at that time
by Grace Marguerite Williams11 days 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 Grace Marguerite Williams5 years ago
Being an oldest child in a medium large to very large family is often extremely precarious. You are often the family's second parent or in locos parentis. You often have no life of your own to...
by Jami Johnson2 years ago
Who's smarter the first born or the second born (or the third or forth)?I always hear, the first born child is smarter because they have more attention from the parents.... or the second born is smarter because of the...
by Nichol marie13 days ago
Do you know someone who is prejudice of larger families?Why do some people have an ignorant belief that moms of large families cannot be the same as moms with one or 2?
by Cindy Lawson4 years ago
How many children do you think is too many to have?There is a woman on the island where I live who survives only on benefits and now has 14 children. She openly admitted she got jealous when her 16 year old daughter got...
by Kevin Peter2 months ago
Elder children always have a feeling that they are avoided by their parents. What can parents do about it?
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