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Jake Owen at the ACM Awards
Sara Evans and Jay Barker
Sheryl Crow in Vegas
Reba at the CMA Awards
Randy Houser in Vegas
Blake Shelton at the CMAs
Jason Aldean in Vegas
1. More than half of U.S. presidents have been firstborns-- Oldest children tend to be natural leaders. It's probably a result of helping their parents care for their younger siblings. Also, many prominent newscasters and TV talk show hosts are firstborns: Oprah, Peter Jennings, Walter Cronkite, Rush Limbaugh and Al Roker are examples.
2. Middle children tend to be secretive, experts in birth order say-- Middle kids feel as if they don't get as much attention as their older and younger siblings and because of that, they might end up keeping more things to themselves.
3. Babies of the family are more likely to be irresponsible with their finances--They're also more likely to seek the limelight. In fact, several well-known funnymen and women are youngest children: Billy Crystal, Goldie Hawn, Drew Carey, Jim Carrey, Steve Martin and Steven Colbert, who is the youngest of 11 kids!
4. Only children get along better with their elders--Since they grew up without any peers in the house, only kids tend to be mature beyond their age. Only children have many of the attributes we associate with oldest children, like perfectionism, ambition, higher self-esteem, but they'll show these traits to a higher degree than oldest kids.
5. Parenting style is influenced by the parent's own birth order--Whether they mean to or not, parents tend to identify with the kid whose place in the family's birth order is the same as their own. Also, parents who were firstborns may find they take their tendencies toward perfectionism out on their kids.