Well, seemingly overnight they've gone from being the cutest little playmates who would happily share everything, to D not sharing with S, D pushing S, and D pulling her down by her shoulders. S, unfortunately, has always had a flair for the dramatic, so any tiny thing D does results in an Oscar worthy performance. HELP! Moms of older twins, what should I do? I'll literally be sitting next to them as they play, and I have to grab D's little hands as she reaches for S.
And, not only am I worried about D "picking" on S, I'm worried that S's default reaction is to cry at everything. Not just the pushing, but loud noises, D sitting on my lap, the dog not doing what she wants, me going to another room, a tiny fall, anything. The number of time she cries during the day is about 10x the number of times D cries. And getting pushed around by her twin only causes more crying. I think part of the reason is they aren't very verbal at all, so saying "use your words" won't help.
Advice needed PLEASE!