Birth Order. Ms. Jennifer Lockler Mrs. Lisa McGirt. Did you know…. Before your baby took their first breath, he/she had pre-existing personality traits due to their birth order.
Ms. Jennifer Lockler
Mrs. Lisa McGirt
Before your baby took their first breath, he/she had pre-existing personality traits due
to their birth order.
Children are the future of the world, and by understanding what influences their personalities, we have a better chance of making the future amazing.
Experts through extensive research have come to the conclusion that birth order affects how a child perceives oneself.
The following facts do not apply to all children in every family. However, typical characteristics can be identified based on the order of your child’s birth.
For many first born children, success is imperative.
Twins are often viewed as a set, instead of as individuals.
Never has parents’ undivided attention.
Always has sibling ahead who’s more advanced.
Act as if in race, trying to catch up or overtake first child. If first child is “good”, second may become “bad.” Develops abilities first child doesn’t exhibit. If first child is successful, may feel uncertain of self and abilities.
May be rebel.
Often doesn’t like position.
Feels “squeezed” if third child is born.
May push down other siblings.
Middle born children, are usually the children with the most friends, and get along best with others
Last born children are quite often the life of the party.