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February 14th, 2010, 07:12 PM
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Did you plan to have your children widely spaced?
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February 14th, 2010, 09:03 PM
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I'm not planning more kids after Grant is born because of recurrent loss/high risk/infertility, but I float around because I'm 13 years older than my youngest two siblings
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February 15th, 2010, 07:10 PM
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Location: Christchurch, NZ
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Name: Emma
Children's Name: Gabrielle & Emersyn
Ages of Children: 3y3m & 22w pregnant (will be 3 3/4 years age gap)
Did you plan to have your children widely spaced? Ideally I didn't want to.. but it's the way it happened
Benefits of having widely spaced children? I know I don't have a huge gap, but I like that Gaby will be able to help out a bit, and I also like that Gaby is at the age that she'll probably remember bits & pieces of having Emersyn being a baby... and that she'll remember the early years of Emersyn's life
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February 19th, 2010, 07:55 AM
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Name: Jo(sephine)
Children's Names: Elliot James & Jelly Bean
Ages of Children: 7 & 14 weeks gestation
Did you plan to have your children widely spaced? Yes and no. I wouldn't have chosen to have children 8 years apart but we were very young when we had Elliot and wanted to be more established financially and emotionally for #2. Then it took over a year to get pg with #2!
Benefits of having widely spaced children? #2 isn't born yet so I don't know for sure but I think a benefit will be that Elliot is quite independent and able to understand that newborns demand time. Also he'll be able to help and will hopefully have good memories of his sibling's babyhood. I know that's how it worked out with my littlest sister and me!
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February 24th, 2010, 08:19 PM
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Location: Quebec, Canada
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Name: Kathie
Children's Name: Mia and baby boy (for now)
Ages of Children: Mia is 8 and I'm 26 weeks pregnant
Did you plan to have your children widely spaced? Not at all. It's a result of secondary infertility.
Benefits of having widely spaced children? I hope there are lots! I'm actually a bit worried about it. I think being able to give each child lots of individual attention is a plus...
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February 26th, 2010, 12:48 AM
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Name: Tiffany
Children's Name: DS Seth, DSD Briana, DSS Brandon, DS Tarin
Ages of Children: 12, 11, 8, 6, #5 due 6/24
Did you plan to have your children widely spaced? No..
Benefits of having widely spaced children? Not having to have 2 babies in diapers at the same time.. Older ones are in school so I'm able to have quality time with baby...
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