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Fall has finally arrived – and so have those babies we’ve had our watchful eyes on all year! There may not have been a baby boom, but it sure did feel like there was. Didn’t it? Your sister had a baby. Your neighbor had a baby. Your co-worker had a baby… even you and your wife had a baby!
And diapers aren’t the only things about to change. Our personalities change through life experiences, and like our newborn family members, we tend to look at the world totally different. Things we thought were once important just seem to be trivial anymore.
If you’re a “D” personality…
You may find yourself wanting to control everything. You feel you are that baby’s lifeline and he depends on you, so it’s no wonder you wouldn’t trust anyone else to make decisions on his – or your – behalf. You want everything to be right and to keep your little treasure happy, safe and protected. You’ll also be impatient. Your baby may show early signs of advancement, and you’ll want to run with it. You will expect more from your baby from the beginning. You’ll want him to surpass all of his milestones early, but, remember, he’s a baby… and walking at just five months is unreasonable.
If you’re an “I” personality…
Just like all the other parents, you’re all about your baby. But your baby is the superstar. You will find yourself distracted from life, talking about your baby to just about anyone who will listen.
On social media, it’s non-stop posting and pictures galore. You share every little milestone with your friends, family and co-workers, and yet you’re missing the small details that really seem to matter. Just like the “D” type, you, too, want to hurry the baby along. You love him so much that you want him to hurry up and talk already, and while unrealistic, you’re most likely trying to coach him along – just so you can say you did!
TO FIND OUT HOW OTHER PERSONALITIES WILL CHANGE, ONCE A BABY ENTERS THEIR LIVES, READ THE REST OF THIS ARTICLE ON DISCINSIGHTS BY PEOPLEKEYS.