Video: Welcoming a Sibling (Download)


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Expecting a new child and worried about how your current child (or children) will cope?  Although we have been led to believe that sibling jealousy is a normal part of the arrival of a new family member, it doesn’t have to be that way.  This webinar focuses on how we can prepare ourselves ahead of time and handle any difficult times after the arrival of a sibling.

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Product Description

We often take it for granted that our children will rebel or become jealous with the arrival of a new sibling.  That attention they are used to getting suddenly dries up as this new little being takes up so much of our time and energy.  This jealousy and anger at a new sibling not only goes against what we want for our kids (to love one another) but also can make parenting in the early months after a new arrival that much harder.  In this webinar, I talk about various ways to ease the transition for our children both before the arrival of a new sibling and after.  With ideas on how to manage time, maintain connections with your older children, and handle any bouts of jealousy or rivalry that do crop up, this video aims to help families transition with the arrival of a new baby, allowing them to focus on the joy that children bring.

Running Time: 35 minutes

1 review for Video: Welcoming a Sibling (Download)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Vanessa Jakes

    Thanks Tracy for this great webinar. I found the content to be so helpful and supportive. It covered issues and scenarios that I hadn’t even considered with the arrival of a new sibling plus so many great practical solutions. I love that the topics focused on ideas around supporting the relationship with the older child and parents plus the relationship between the siblings. Thank you for your wisdom and support on this path of parenting.

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