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I know I've got about 4 years before we can TTC again and I know there will be a lot of times I won't want to wait. If you planned to space your kids, how did you fight the baby fever when it would creep up?
Michele - wife to Jason and mommy to Vincent (3.5) and baby Maggie (due 4/18/14)
this age gap was not planed on my part. I was 16 when I had DD and married my husband (who is not her biological DNA match) when I was 19. Well DH is in the military and he wanted us to wait to have more until he would have the best chance of being home for the pregnancy, birth and the 1st year so the baby would know him. He had too many friends from the last command that would deploy leaving a very pregnant wife at home to return to a 4 or 5 month old infant who was scared of the strange man in the house
im sorry i haven't posted here in MONTHS 1 due to lost of cable for 6-7 month and FB ... LOVE IT love the games... any whay i had oldest daughter when i was 21 ,,
never took another glimps at a baby from there i was told i couldn't have anymore.. found my middle school sweetheart , 13 yrs later 5 months later engaged, 1 month later he moved in ,,1 month later we got married before mom passed 3 months later we did the "wedding " with the family 1 month later got prego and started building a house ,, Trisha was not suppost to come we were both told we can't have kids " me due to cervix " him i don't know why .... so i have a 16 yr old.. he has a 6 yr old we have a almost 2 yr old.....
We had our first daughter right out of high school and then had too much going on trying to build our life with work and school, so we didn't have our second daughter until almost 11 years later. I will say that after the first year or two, baby fever starts to fade for me. By the time my second daughter was 3, I lost most of my desire for a third child because I enjoyed sleeping through the night, etc. It wasn't until last year when my clock started ticking that we re-evaluated the possibility of having #3, and here we are. Our daughters will be 19 and 8 when this one is born.