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Wait Until You Hear Why Pink Threw Daughter Willow A Party

P!nk welcomed her second baby at Christmas time, and it seems she is already nailing life as a mum-of-two. To ensure big sister,Willow, did not feel excluded by the new addition, Mama Pink threw her daughter a ‘big sis’ party (how cute is that?). Just check out all of those balloons (and little Willow’s smile)!

Congrats Big Sis! #bigsisterparty

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Congrats Big Sis!

As mums, we often worry about how a new addition will make our other child/children feel. We do what we can to ensure our eldest children feel just as much love as ever. While a newborn may need a little more attention, we do our best to show our bigger-babies that they are equally as special and play an important part in their little sibling’s life.

We think Pink’s big sis party is an AWESOME way to celebrate a new baby and their older sibling!

How To Make Them Feel Included

While pink and blue balloons seemed to make miss Willow happy, we’ve got some more helpful tips on how to to ensure your older child feels included (and super important) with their arrival of a new baby.

  • Buy big bro or sis a present and give it to them from baby. Giving them something small (but meaningful) from the baby, helps your child form a bond with their younger sibling!
  • Let big sibling help with bath time. They’re a big kid now! We have no doubt your not-so-little-one will LOVE showing some responsibility and helping mum get the shampoo ready for baby.
  • And lastly, make sure each and everyday you set aside some ‘special time’ with mummy and big-bub! Whether it be some colouring in, painting or reading…a little bit of one-on-one time will be sure to keep everyone happy and feeling special!

Pink definitely sets an awesome example on how to nail this whole motherhood gig. We certainly love following her journey!!! 

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Krystal Haddad

Krystal is a writer from Sydney's Northern Beaches with a passion for tattoos. When she isn't chasing her 3 kids around, she's on her laptop pretending she's Carrie Bradshaw.