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Toddler who's unimpressed with new baby brother is all of us when big change comes
This toddler was unimpressed when her little brother was placed in her arms. It's almost like she knows she'll have to share toys and cookies.
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Warn children about the importance of privacy and the dangers of predators and sexting. Teens need to know that once content is shared with others, they will not be able to delete or remove it completely, and includes texting of inappropriate pictures. They may also not know about or choose not to use privacy settings, and they need to be warned that sex offenders often use social networking, chat rooms, e-mail, and online gaming to contact and exploit children.
We love to "like" those Facebook shares of brothers and sisters holding their newborn sibling for the first time.
But, hey, not every first meeting is filled with hugs and kisses for baby brother or sister. Some older siblings have reservations about an interloper coming into the household.
Just watch this North Carolina toddler in a video brought to us by ABC7 News , who seems less than thrilled when she meets her baby brother.
Maybe as her baby brother is placed in her arms she sees the future. It's almost as if she knows that one day soon she'll be sharing attention, toys and cookies.
We understand. Change is never easy.
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