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We had the exact same situation except that the age gap was wider between the first two - 20 months instead of 10. We just let her be first most of the time and she soon came to see her slightly younger brother as a good play companion. As she got older, she got better about being less insistent on being first all the time, as long as her overall social ...


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In such situations you can try to duplicate the "getting first" into two similar things, one for her and one for her brother, and then ask her which one she prefers. For example, does she prefer to get in the bath first, or does she prefer to get her hair dried first. Does she prefer to get the breakfast cereal first or get the milk on the cereal first. If ...



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