The topic has circled families since the birth of the very first set of siblings.
Conventional wisdom jokes that the first-born often gets the most attention; the most pictures in the family album and the most time with parents.
Now, a new Brigham Young University study gives credence to the myth. The study says first-born children, between the ages of four and 13, get 30 percent more quality time with their parents than younger siblings.
In real time that's about 3,000 additional hours,...Full Story