Child spacing...can it be ideal?

Korte, Diana
September 1995
Mothering;Fall95, Issue 76, p22
Reports that there is no ideal when it comes to child spacing or birth intervals with regards to their relationship with each other. Personality of a child; Ambivalence in first-borns; Relationship of children with parents.


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