second child is necessary

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rry 2012-03-28 10:42:55


second child is necessary or not

Sakthi8 2012-03-28 10:51:55



There is no straight answer to this question. It depends on your family background, support from elders/family members, income and many factors. Just check the forum for similar topics, there would be some valuable suggestions.


 Former member 2012-03-28 13:17:06


second child would be nice to complete a family. as sakthi8 said various factors are important.  if you want, and can manage you go for it...


vkap 2012-03-29 22:49:32


Ya ofcouse! I am sure yll also agree when yu have second one. We have our second child after 6 years gap and now  i am really happy for it. yu ll observe drastic changes in the elder one, more responsible, caring, adjusting  .Though ,initiaaly yu have to be very tactful with the elder one but later on all will be normal.The beauty of bond between the two .....!! really amaziang and surprising.I think you should go for it......



Smilexyz 2016-10-18 10:30:30


My son is completing 6 yrs next month. He is a soft, little shy but active child. Like in the above posts, my son too does not fight with his peers. If someone hit him, he wont even move back. We feel that his socialisation skill needs to be improved. In school too, he has two friends and talk to them only, but good in academics and observation. We havent thought about 2nd child so far. But now my son himself starting asking about sibling and that his friends have, why not me?I dont know how to answer, my son is already a homebird. He wont go out of the home unless either of his parents accompany. So if i go for another child, i feel he will stick to his sibling and dont try to mingle with others. We all expect happiness and pleasure in our home that another child wants to bring. But i fear that in my case, it may worsen my childs softness. Can experienced mothers pls help. I also expect ms. Aanchal, expert in child behavioural issues, to help me pls. Thanks.

Smilexyz 2016-10-24 09:22:21


Can someone please guide me?


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