PARENTS

British Parents Take More Photos Of Their First Born Children

24/03/2011 15:45 | Updated 22 May 2015

Forty six per cent of mums and dads admit to taking more pictures of their first baby than their other children. That's according to be a new survey by Nikon.

Almost half of the parents quizzed said their photo albums had more snaps of their eldest child in than any of their other children.

Some parents put this down to time factors of having a second or subsequent baby, whilst other admitted that they had just become bored of taking the same shots over and over.

The poll, based on responses from 1,413 British parents, went on to reveal that 51 per cent of parents said they took roughly the same amount of pictures of all their children, whilst 3 per cent confessed they took more photos of their younger children.

Siblings were more than aware of the disparity in the photo albums, with 34 per cent of younger brothers and sisters noting the lack of pictures of themselves compared to the eldest child.

The findings also revealed that mums and dads favourite family snaps were taken of their little ones playing on the beach, whilst pictures of kids eating or performing in school plays were their least favourite!

What do you think?

Did you take far more pics of your first born?

Do you feel guilty about it?

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