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    I enjoyed being pregnant. Maybe not as much with a toddler!
    We have 2 and are done. I don't do the newborn stage very well. Pnd twice, nope I'm making sure it won't happen again.

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    I'm currently 6 weeks with #3, and with ms kicking my butt I just know this is the last one! Once I get over the ms I am going to make sure I try to enjoy every moment of my last pregnancy though. I feel very relieved that this is my last pregnancy actually. No more conversations about whether to have another, no more considerations about when is the right time and do we have enough money, that will all be behind us.

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    Im 22 weeks with #2. I have a girl and belly bub is a boy. We are definitely done. Im too impatient and probably selfish to have any more kids.

    I want to get my body back, I want to sleep more, I want to go on holidays again, feel normal again.

    DD had silent reflux, CMPI, is allergic to 4 major things, she's very active and makes it hard to even go to a cafe for a chilled out lunch, I find the newborn and toddler stages extremely challenging, twice will be enough.

    Also,given the way this country seems to be going, we couldn't afford more than 2 and i still consider us very comfortable financially.

    DH refuses to have the snip so I'll either go back on the pill or get an IUD - but I've heard horror stories from friends about how awful the experience is when doctors have done it incorrectly. :s


 

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