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I can definitely wait.. my 3.5 year old is a handful now so I can only imagine what stress I'll be under in the next 7 months . I'm holding onto hope that by the time he turns 4 in July his behavior will be a little better.
I have a three year old too. People told me all along that 3's would be harder than 2's and boy were they right! I can totally wait until October. We have to find a bigger car and house before then too. This is my first pregnancy that I hope doesn't go by too fast.
Chelsey, mom to Jaxon(3), Zachary(1), and expecting #3 11/11/13
My last pregnancy seemed to last 10 years, but this time it's flying. I can't believe how close October is, and I honestly don't think I'll make it that far.
I feel so blessed right now to be one of those women enjoying her pregnancy. I don't enjoy the acid reflux, but it's eased up over the past week. I now have periods of time where I feel absolutely normal. Let's hope that doesn't mean a bad thing! This will be my last pregnancy no matter what.
I can't wait to meet my first little one, but I want to enjoy this new adventure of being pregnant too. I'd kinda like to jump to having a cute baby bump and feeling it kick for the first time then jump to holding it in my arms.
I guess I should say I can wait.... but really I think I'm just not in a hurry... being my third and most likely last baby I just feel like it is going at the pace it is meant to go at. I'm just really at peace this pregnancy.
That being said I have a laundry list (laundry is on the list too) of things I'd love to be able to start doing on a regular and predictable schedule again, so I'm ready for the nausea to go away... but not necessarily ready to be done with the first trimester... does that make sense?
We are also potty training a two year old so I'd like to give her all the time she needs for that before a new baby arrives. My four year old is very excited about baby too, he daily talks to me about whether the baby will like him and his sister, and whether it will be a boy or a girl... but I don't think he feels rushed for the baby to arrive either.