Being the littlest may mean more protection and care from parents, psychologists say.
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December 16, 2013 Parents of newborns say they're often surprised to see how much bigger their older children suddenly look. Psychologists say that may be because mothers seriously underestimate the height of their youngest children, an error that could lead to more care and attention for them.
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