By Kayla Garritano

This celebrity news has us going Wilde! Celebrity couple Olivia Wilde and husband Jason Sudeikis welcomed a second child into their family. Their new celebrity baby girl, Daisy, was born on Tuesday, October 11. According to UsMagazine.com, Mama Wilde shared a post on Instagram on October 15 of her new daughter with the caption, “There goes the neighborhood. Daisy Josephine Sudeikis. Born, like a boss, on #internationaldayofthegirl.”

This couple welcomed their second celebrity baby. What are some ways to prepare differently for your second child versus your first? 

Cupid’s Advice:

Having children is a beautiful miracle. However, preparing for the first child may be a little different than preparing for your second. Cupid is here to help you get ready for child number two:

1. Prepare the older sibling: Now that you’re extending your family even more, you need to think about your first child. Since they are becoming an big brother or sister, it will be exciting, but there may be a little jealousy. Just make sure that you pay attention to your first child, even though having a newborn is a lot of work. Neither of your children should feel neglected.

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2. Hand-me-downs: The good thing about having gone through pregnancy and birth already is that you still have all your old equipment. First of all, you still have your maternity clothes, so you don’t need to go shopping again. But there’s also the benefit of having a crib, baby clothes that your first child grew out of, a stroller, etc. You get to save some cash when having a second child, which will be important in the long run.

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3. Less parenting books, and more hands-on experience: When preparing for your first child, you spent most of your time reading pregnancy, birth and parenting books to ensure your child was healthy. However, now that you already have your first child, you’ve experienced what it’s like to be hands on with your child. You know how to hold your baby, how to put them to sleep, and how to feed them. Hopefully, this will make you a little more at ease when you’re expecting your second child.

How did you prepare for your second child differently than your first? Comment below!