Each child the Lord blesses us with is unique, with his or her very own set of special traits, talents, and quirks. Instead of focusing on trying to love all of your children the same, try to focus and come up with a separate and distinct bond you have with each child. Maybe with one child you enjoy spending time watching movies and snuggling, while with another you both may prefer to be outdoors being active. Set aside quality one on one time to spend with each child, doing something different and unique to that child and their likes.
Avoid comparisons! Once you’ve had multiple children it is inevitable to draw comparisons and to search for similarities and contrasts, but keep these conclusions to yourself. Comparing children will make your children feel inadequate and feel that your love may be conditional. Instead try praising your children without referring to their siblings.
No matter how many children we may have our responsibility as a parent is to make sure each child feels unique, special, and loved beyond all measure. If we succeed in this the chances are good that all of our children will grow into happy, well-adjusted adults.