By Whitney Johnson

New year, new celebrity baby! It looks like there’s going to be another celebrity kid toddling around soon, because Hollywood couple Alec and Hilaria Baldwin rang in 2015 by sharing their celebrity pregnancy news.  According to UsMagazine.com, in the sweet announcement, the actor holds their 16-month-old daughter Carmen as she touches her mom’s growing stomach. Along with the photo, Hilaria wrote: “The sun has set on 2014 and on my year of daily #hilariaypd ….2015 is going to be very exciting as we are thrilled to announce we are expecting another little addition to our family! (tadasana) #yogapostureoftheday.”

The Baldwins’ celebrity pregnancy news shows they’re ecstatic for their newest celebrity baby. How do you think you should prepare differently for a second child?

Cupid’s Advice:

With every addition to your family comes moments of excitement…and exhaustion. Still, after you welcome your first child, you should feel a bit more ready for future babies. So how do you prepare differently for a second child during pregnancy? Cupid has some ideas:

1. You have more hand-me-downs: Before your first baby was born, you were probably scouring the Internet for “must-haves” and stocking your home with all of the essentials: a crib, a changing table, a car seat, a stroller, clothes…the list goes on. Now, though, you should have plenty of hand-me-downs for your second child to use.

Related Link: Kourtney Kardashian Says She Feels ‘Blessed’ After Birth of Third Child

2. You don’t feel so stressed: No matter how many books you read or how many friends you grill, it’s hard to truly prepare for becoming a parent. Since you already have one child to call your own, you won’t feel quite so much worry as you get ready for your family to grow.

Related Link: Blake Lively Shares That Her Family Will Influence How She Raises Her Child

3. You have another child to focus on: Of course, you can’t forget about your oldest kid just because you have a baby on the way! This time around, you’ll have a new set of worries: Will he like his baby sister? Will she feel neglected when her brother arrives? Try to make those last few months as a family of three extra special for your little one.

Cupid wants to know: How did you prepare differently for your second child?