I had twins in the beginning of December. One was smaller than the other and everyone seems to gravitate towards that baby and has since he was born. Because of that, I tended to go to Baby A more than Baby B. I totally love Baby B, but have such a stronger connection to Baby A. Baby B has colic and acid reflux and crys all the time (which he is actually getting better with) and is totally just like my husband "high maintenance" and Baby A is totally me, very relaxed and easy going. I feel so guilty about how I feel. Anyone else feel this way? Is it normal? Does it get better? I totally take care of all his needs, but I tend to be different with Baby A and try to change that when I know I am doing it. HELP??? BTW, I am not going through any type of depression related to giving birth. I feel wonderful!!
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