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    Default Tell me about your 13 month age gap.

    So tell me all there is to know about a 13 month age gap? Currently have a 4 year age gap too! So if anyone could help with having an older child too that would be fantastic!

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    I think @RipperRita has a small gap very similar?

    But are congratulations in order??
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    Yep, VERY unplanned and I'm pretty emotional about it.

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    I have a 14mth gap that I can tell you about if that helps?

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    Any info would be greatly appreciated. I'm really freaking out at this stage.

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    I hope you get some good answers

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    Also @Buttoneska too. I think her boys are 13mths apart too.

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    Yep my boys are 12mths and 10days apart.

    Ds2 is two weeks old.

    I don't really have any advice except we have organised it so dh could take six weeks off work to look after ds1 and the house.

    I have had a csect and can't lift ds1 and he doesn't walk and is too young to understand I can't do the normal stuff with him.

    If dh wasn't home I honestly do to know what I would do.

    Oh and I brought an activity statio for ds1 so he can't crawl away, plus I got him into a few tv shows and have a play area sectioned off. All with the idea of when I need to feed he is safe. And we got him sleeping in his own room etc

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    Mine are 13 months apart. I had PND and food allergies to contend with so struggled badly the first year with such a close age gap but they are 3 and 4 now and I think it's great. They are into the same toys, tv shows, games.. They live in each other's pockets, play with each other all day long and are pretty much like having twins. If you can survive the first year, it's wonderful (especially for them).

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