Every mom and dad know how different it is to have their first child vs the children after that. 👶 This is because their experience, knowledge, and skills grow as well as their leniency and sense of humor. 👨 👩 Bright Side made these comics to show how different it is to have the first child and the second one.
Having lived through all the joys and hardships of motherhood, our illustrator has drawn a series of wonderfully truthful comic strips about situations known to every mom in the world.
The delivery of the child 0:40
What the first child gives 0:55
Keeping a kids diary 1:09
The kids’ achievements 1:20
Kids clothing 1:34
First meals 2:34
The level of being “unclean” 2:44
“Who cares?” 3:10
Parents happiness 3:37
Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/
– The delivery of the first child is a fear of the unknown, while with the second one, it’s the acceptance of the inevitable.
– The first child gives priceless knowledge which makes raising the second child so much easier.
– Every step of the first child is documented while keeping the steps of the second one isn’t as strict.
– The firstborn’s achievements get way more attention too.
– Clothing younger children is somewhat of a tradition for all parents.
– Microbes seem to be a problem only with the first baby.
– Safety of both kids is 2 different stories with the participation of the same parents.
– Risk is also perceived differently.
– First meals with solid foods demand more attention with the first child.
– The level of being “unclean” is so much different between the first and second children.
– As soon as the second baby arrives, the first child has to learn how to share.
– When the number of children grows, parents’ “who cares?” attitude also grows.
– Because they are always in a good company.
– All parents’ weariness, cares and sleepless nights are nothing compared to the happiness children bring them.
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