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In her first interview since welcoming her second child, Pink, chats to Ellen about life as a mum of two.

Like any new mum, Pink, couldn’t help but gush about her newborn son Jameson Moon.

“He’s delicious,” the 37 year old, told Ellen DeGeneres Show via telephone.

She also revealed the reason behind Willow‘s recent “big sister party.”

“I literally put Jameson down when she walks in the room,” Pink said, suggesting that it’s been a hard adjustment for her 5-year-old daughter. “I’m trying to [put her first]. She’s a little weepy these days so we’re working it out.”

Pink shared a cute snap of the three of them celebrating with Willow.

It is tough being a big sister. Sounds like Pink is doing all the right things to make sure Willow is not feeling too left out.

Did your child struggle with the acceptance of a new sibling?

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  • No problems with the 4 yo accepting his sister – he was so proud and loved her from the day she was born. But my two daughters seemed to hate each other on sight and had to be kept apart at all times. Can’t keep them apart these days now they are in their 40’s but it was a hard struggle from the time the second one arrived when the first one was 14 mths old until they were in their late teens.

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  • It’s quite a big age gap. Willow suddenly gets less attention while Pink feeds, baths and changes nappies etc, + the extra washing (it suddenly becomes a mountain). Often after awhile the novelty wears off and they’re not as keen to help with their younger brother or sister. One thing they hate is having to take and put the nappies in the bin, being puked on. I know one little boy who wanted to run away after his baby sister puked on him. He even found his packpack and started to pack clothes in it.

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  • Pink is a cool mum for sure!

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  • Good Pink has attention for this issue. My daughter was sure a little jealous when my son came along, she was only13 months old and didn’t understand a clue, yet suddenly she had to share attention with him.

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  • Funny video and I love Pink’s laugh.


    • We had no issues – we gave them their own little toy babies to care for and love.

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  • OUr daughter was almost 4 when our son came along. We always included her as much as possible, she helped feed and bath and change nappies.
    We also had a special box of toys/activities we explored when our son was asleep.

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  • our teenage kids had more trouble than our 1 year old

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  • I didn’t have any issues with older ones accepting the new ones. I would never have thought of a big sister party tho. Cool!

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