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    I'm 39 (nudging 40 😳) with a dd4 and a ds2.5, and this is our first month TTC #3. Always wanted 3, but tossed about for the last year whether to stay and live comfortably, send kids to private schools, go on overseas holidays etc, but we just couldn't shake the feeling a piece of our family puzzle was missing. So here we are and bd'ing our way to hopefully a bfp soon

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    I have 3 already but with my first husband. DH does not have any kids & would love to but my youngest is 8 so it will be a big gap if it does happen.
    I continue to sway back & forth. At the moment we are paying my ENTIRE week's income for school fees for my daughter alone. Not sure about throwing a baby in that mix? But if I wait too long I'll be hitting 40 - & having a 20 yr old & a new baby doesn't sound all that great either!
    It's a tougher call than people make it out to be I think

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    Hey Ladies,
    I'm not quite mid 30's but I am in the 'dirty thirties' hehe I am 30 have 2 bubba's under 5 and we are TTC number 3. This is the 2nd month after being on the pill. Fx this is our month x


 

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