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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fox View Post
    Losing weight is hard work and I don't want to do it again
    This!

    The cost, being out numbered, sleepless nights, need a bigger house and car. So many reasons not to. We always said we only want two and we are so blessed. Even though I get a little clucky, I'm quickly reminded of all these things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondEyes View Post
    Because even tho kids are cute, they can also be really really annoying.


    Harsh but true.
    Oh, SO true.


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    Here's a few of my own..,

    The more children we have, the harder it is to get loans

    I just hate it when they're sick

    Visiting family in Ireland will be harder with 3

    Possibly might need a new car and our car is being leased for another 2 years and not sure what the ramifications would be of needing a new car

    Have lost 15kg and need to lose more

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondEyes View Post
    Because even tho kids are cute, they can also be really really annoying.


    Harsh but true.
    lmao. Very true.

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    My first (and only) pregnancy was an absolute breeze...and my son was the most carefree newborn you could imagine. The whole experience was too easy for me.....I know if I have another, it'd be my luck that Id be riddled with problems and the child would be the bloody antichrist or something.

    First time lucky.....not game on trying my luck out again.


    Oh, and also, I just cant be bothered. Hows that for trivial?

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    Cause Mother Nature shut the workshop and the equipment no longer works

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    my original trivial reason......... fear of vomiting

    I got through my one and only pregnancy without vomiting and don't want to take that chance again, silly I know.

    Now it seems the ball game has changed a bit and I've been diagnosed with blood clots on the lungs so any pregnancy would be high risk and require blood thinners throughout. That news made us a bit sad even though we weren't thinking about having another, now it seems we don't want to make a 100% decision.


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    We have a 3 bedroom house and one room is the main (ours) one is huge and the other is tiny.

    I don't want whoever ends up in the tiny room feel like Harry Potter under the stairs. Sad :-(

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    While I have none DH tells me he only wants 1 his reasons:

    If he is a bad father like his he has only screwed up ones kid's life.
    We don't have to kick my mother out of her Sewing room (that she never uses)
    More then 1 preschooler would be too much for mum if I had to go back to work.
    I would have to go back to work.
    I will get my smaller boobies sooner (I love how he thinks of me sometimes)

    They are all his reasons.. I want 2 just cause.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TripleTime View Post
    I REFUSE to drive a people mover/van! Point blank REFUSE
    Ha, ha. Me too.
    But I am going to have number 4 because I never want to regret not having them. I know all the silly reasons for not having another baby and they all make sense but in my heart I know there is another baby.
    Goodluck BigRedV making peace with your decision (or have another gorgeous baby!!!).

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