Your first-born may be your most precious gift, but when the second baby comes along, the relationship equations at home are bound to witness some changes. It’s true that a mother’s love for her children is boundless, but it’s natural that your second baby will require more care and attention. You may not differentiate between your first-born and their new sibling, but your first-born may develop perceptions that you have stopped loving and caring for them. If you have not prepared your first-born for their new sibling, they might get jealous or even angry. Such emotions can manifest deep in the psyche and have long term implications. Not every first-born will react negatively to their new sibling, but it’s quite common to see such behavior. To prevent such negativities, you need to properly prepare your first-born for a new sibling. Here’s how you can achieve that goal.