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    Now! But hubby isn't sure he wants a 3rd... So so sad

    But yes I get clucky after about 11 months!

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    DS is 21 months and I'm still not clucky for # 2.

    DH and I are both indecisive about having another (we are scared of all the things that can go wrong with a pregnancy), so I'd rather wait and see if the urge for another naturally occurs.

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    We've stopped preventing already (DD is around 2 months), but we've always wanted a large family and it took so long to conceive DD that I don't want to wait too long. We'd be thrilled if it happened again so soon, but it will probably take a long time for #2 as well We are taking the very relaxed approach, and are letting nature decide

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    I found i was clucky when DD was a baby. Now she has hit the toddler years im happy to wait a bit!!!

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    Default Getting clucky

    I wasn't clucky at all until recently. And it was here and then went away again.

    DP was clucky for a while a few months back. But he wants a large family. Me however, not so much.

    DD is 14 months.

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    Default Getting clucky

    My DD is 21 months and I'm clucky now, DH and I are starting to try this month, I'm very excited

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    3 years after #1..... Not at all after #2 and he's 2 now..,,

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    Default Getting clucky

    DD is 8 months and is just starting to settle down. She's now crawling and getting into everything and is so laughy and smiley and I'm finally starting to enjoy her so I'm not clunky for another one yet as I want to continue to enjoy her for a few months to a year still before going through morning sickness and getting 'fat' again etc

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    i think my ds was an hour old when i got clucky. only just convinced dh to try again

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    Default Getting clucky

    When DD1 was 6 months we started trying again, I couldn't wait to have another.. I walked out of hospital after DD4, who I was 1000% certain was my last, And wanted another. She's 8 months and I'm soooo Clucky!!


 

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