By Kayla Garritano

Make room for number two! Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher welcomed celebrity baby number two to the world. According to EOnline.com, the celebrity couple had a baby boy on November 30. Kutcher accidentally spilled the beans on the gender of the baby when making a guest appearance on the Today show, and also joked that their daughter was still wrapping her head around the concept of pregnancy and how she’s becoming an older sister.

This celebrity baby makes number two for Mila and Ashton. What are some ways to prepare differently for a second child versus the first?

Cupid’s Advice: 

Word on the street is that having a baby the second time can be much less nerve-wracking than having your first. Cupid is here with some parenting advice to make sure you are in for an easier time:

1. Hand-me downs: If the products are still working, then you don’t have to spend more money on the same things. If your child is old enough to be out of the crib, use the crib for the second child. Same gender? Wear the same clothes your first child wore. Finding anything to reuse again is cost-efficient and less of a hassle to find.

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2. First mistakes are over: You learn a lot about how to be a parent with your first child. You’re very cautious about everything you do. However, there are times where you messed up because you’re a new parent, and it’s going to happen. That’s totally okay, because you learned from your mistakes and know for the second time around what to do.

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3. Tell the big sister/brother: Your first child was the center of attention. But now baby number two is making their way in to the family. You need to prepare the soon-to-be older sibling as well, because you don’t want them to get jealous or become unaware of her home surroundings. Just make sure your first child tries to understand, or at least make sure they are happy with their new little sibling!

How did you prepare for your second child? Tell us in the comments below!