Question: Do mothers love their first child more?

According to a study published by the Journal of Marriage and Family, 75 per cent of mothers report feeling closer to the eldest child, her first born. Interestingly, the same study was conducted ten years ago, and the results were the same.

Why do mothers love first child more?

Birth is a miraculous process, so there is a special bond between firstborn and the parent. Having the mothers undivided love and attention gives a firstborn child a strong sense of confidence, as they internalize their mothers desire to see them succeed.

Do parents love one child more then another?

Every child needs to feel loved and special in order to thrive. Parents say that they love and cherish their children equally to avoid feeling their own guilt and shame, but often they simply dont. The bottom line is that youre no less of a parent for feeling closer to one of your children. Its normal.

How long does it take dads to bond with baby?

Studies have found that about 20% of new moms and dads feel no real emotional attachment to their newborn in the hours after delivery. Sometimes, it takes weeks or even months to feel that attachment. If you havent begun bonding with your baby, dont feel anxious or guilty -- it should come with time.

Do moms have a favorite child?

Even if you dont fully recognize it, research indicates that theres a good chance that you actually do have a favorite. In fact, one study published in the Journal of Family Psychology found 74% of moms and 70% of dads reported preferential treatment toward one child.

Why does a boy need his mother?

3. A boy needs his mom to affirm him in what he wants to do, not what she wants him to do. Whether your son loves sports and is more athletic, or they enjoy art and are creative, its very important that we nurture what they love to do, and not try and mold them into what we want them to be.

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