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I think going from none to one, and then from one to two were about the same, but going from two to three was the toughest for me. I'm going from three to four now. My youngest is already 10, it's going to be an awesome experience. I'm almost in the same boat as goingfor4. My first two were 6 years apart, second two were just under 2 years apart. I got married in 2010 and my husband had no children, so the first for him and his parents as well.
0 to 1 for me was so easy i also had alot of experiences with babies and children so to em it was like a walk in the park. i find i get more done with 2 or 3 kids here then i do with just one sounds werid but i just have more motivation with more kids here. however pregnancy with the first was so much easyer then with this one!.
Ugh! I don't want to scare anyone, but going from 0 to 1 was super hard, darned near impossible for me and I am absolutely dreading having another one *hangs head in shame*
don't feel bad!! going from 0 -1 is SOOOOOO hard!!! My poor son... he was such an experiment! we had no CLUE what we were doing, and I went through so much after giving birth (i had a traumatic birth experience) that I didn't even feel bonded to him right away, which made it so much worse. DH and I always joke around that this baby is going to have it sooooooooooo much easier than our poor DS. haha. when I think of some of the stuff we had no clue about, I just feel SO bad for him! I think your next one will be a lot easier
well I only have 1 so far, but I nanny my niece for what it's worth lol. I think becoming a first time parent is the hardest. You have no idea what you are in for
I nanny my niece too! haha. And she's the same age as my son Noah(just 6 weeks younger). It's like having twins in the house... I think having 2 won't be too difficult of an adjustment for me compared to being a first time mom. It's nice to know what you need to shop for and prepare for and what not.