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November 3rd, 2008, 10:07 AM
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Hi all...I just joined the board and I have a question. I have two children that are only 15 months apart. My DH would like another (or two) child and I am considering it. But the idea of starting over with all of the things that come with an infant is freaking me out a little bit (okay more than a little). My son would be over 3 1/2 if I were to immediately get pregnant this month and my daughter would be almost 5.

How was it to go back to land of baby? Was anyone else freaking out? I thought that I was done. I told everyone including my husband that I was done. Now maybe I'm not done. Advice, feedback, opinions, your experiences, and suggestions welcomed and encouraged!

Many thanks in advance.

Erin
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November 3rd, 2008, 12:02 PM
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Walker was 5 when I found out I was pg with Braxton... Having such a big gap between the two.. It was like getting pg for the first time all over again...
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November 3rd, 2008, 03:26 PM
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My youngest was 10 when I had my 4th. My older two were 16 and 13. Needless to say that it was like the 1st pregnancy all over again for me, but I wouldn't change it for anything!!! I am so in love with all of them that I couldn't imagine it any other way!!

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Tammy
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November 3rd, 2008, 04:42 PM
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Hello, I have a dd who is 6 1/2 and I am currently 16 weeks pregnant right now. I can tell you that this is def like being prego for the first time! I am a bit freaked about dealing with all of the baby things again but I am very excited and so is my dd!
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November 20th, 2008, 01:22 AM
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With my last pregnancy my eldest daughter was 16 and my youngest 8 (also had a 13 year old)

It was like starting over but so great because I could share the pregnancy with the girls.They loved it and are so close with their baby brother now.Larger age gaps are a fab thing in my opinion

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