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The last born child. This child usually gets a bad rep because of stereotypical TV shows and movies. In reality, youngest children are smart, laid back, and humorous. Despite popular belief, the youngest child usually gets the short end of the stick, as the parents think all their parenting is done by the time their youngest is 13, while the oldest and middle got attention all the way up until they were old enough to move out. They also get a lot of mistreatment and disrespect from their siblings, because they are smaller and the older children were spoiled with attention and are upset someone is taking more of it.

Despite this youngest children are still in a good position as they can learn from their sibling's mistakes and faults and pave their own way in life.
Oldest child is born: Parents freak out and smother the baby with attention, love, all their affection and all the breast milk they could want.

Middle child is born: Parents are more relaxed and still give this baby attention, Okay, you got a diaper rash, no big deal.

Youngest child is born: Parents are a little too relaxed. Okay, we've played this game twice before, here's your bottle and a rattle, we'll be back by 10:00.
by Alien Ghost June 26, 2010

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