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Out of all 4 of our kids, only one was planned (My youngest daughter), that was 7 years ago and really I didn't know anything about TTC...My son who will be 3 next week was not planned, it just happend, so I didn't even have to think about it...Anyway, for the last 3 years we have been careful knowing i'm not on bc (even though a few times I Tried not to be so careful haha), but last night we went all the way for the first time since my son was born, and today I find myself a nervous wreck...I mean, I still want to have another baby, but it feels different now that we actually tried, if that makes sense...I didn't want to do it till I was actually ovulating, which I think is this saturday because I want to try for another boy, so I hope that doesn't affect anything...My inlaws are on their way for a visit, and I just can't get my mind off of TTC (Of course we aren't telling our familes, i'm sure no one would approve).
Thank you! I hope i'm not the only one that gets nervous! I seriously thought I was done after I had my son...I even sold all my baby things! Today I went to a yard sale and bought a couple of things (super nice and like new) so I hope I didn't just jinx myself...My inlaws are in town visiting, so I had to hide the things I bought.
It's ok to be nervous. to you. Anyway, your story is similar to mine. Except, none of mine were planned. I, too, was sure I was done after this one, but DH talked me into it. Not that it was that terribly hard.
We aren't telling our families either, cuz their reaction would be less than happy. Oh well.
Anyway, stick to your guns, and good luck on the blue path. That's the way we're heading too!