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    I had DD2 when DD1 was 2 years 9 months. Both DP and I wanted them close together and we didn't want dd1 to be an only child. It is a bit of a juggle but I find if you manage your time efficiently and have a supportive partner it makes life a lot easier!

    Having them close together means we get the baby junk out the way faster, the toddler stage will be over in a few years. Sure I have to sacrifice my life and my interests for a few years but so be it, there's plenty of time to get back to all that stuff when the kids are older!

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    My first two are 19 months apart, difficult at the beginning but not as bad as I expected.

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    3years 11 months between my 2 boys.. Awesome age gap


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    We will be trying again as soon as possible after this bub is born as I want a small gap,between our first two.

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    I remember before DD was born I would say that I wanted to try for another one quite soon after she was born.....then she was born and I changed my mind completely! She is about to turn 3 and we still aren't ready. I'm studying now so want to finish my course first and I love the somewhat freedom of just having the 1. Might start trying next year so would be roughly a 4 or 5 year gap

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    7 years! Lol in my defence I was not with My now hubby when I had my first

    But we are now pregnant with his second biological (my third) child which by the time she arrives will be just shy of a 3 year gap.

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    We had DD in August in 2004 then DS1 in October 2006 so we fell pregnant when DD was 1 1/2 but then we had DS2 August 2012 so we had a big gap there


 

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