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Is going from 2 kids to 3 kids as hard as going from 1 to 2 is? I'm starting to think about a third baby but am so busy with the 2 I have. Mine are 19 months apart, ages 2 and 8 months. We probably wouldn't TTC until Jan/Feb next year but I'm not sure if it will be too stressful. Any advice?
I would like to wait until my youngest is 2 to TTC but then the third baby will be way littler than my older two and I'm afraid he/she would get left out all the time. I've thought about waiting a few years and having two more kids but having had 2 sections already I'm not sure I'll be able to have a 4th.
I found going from 2-3 really hard, i found it easier going from 1-2! but i think most of it was to do with DS having colic and with having a 1yr and 2yr on top of that, it was hard to deal with i think it depends on your situation and other DC. My children are 12 months apart and 22 months apart and their ages now are 4, 3 and 1.. i find it easier now but still tough at times x
Well...I didn't go from 2 to 3...I went from 2 to 4...But the hardest hands down was going from 0-1...and that is including twins. I guess you just get used to the choas and lack of sleep...also the work...If you are changing one diaper why not change 3 more **insert sarcasm**.
Our age gaps are 13 months 1 day, 23 months and 8 minutes (lol).
I think some things about going from 2 to 3 were harder...going places, not the actual being of those places, but going to them, like literally walking to the car and getting in, that was harder. But some were easier, and the kids entertain themselves more with 3 than just with 2.