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  1. #1
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    Apr 2012
    upper coomera

    Default So confused!!

    So my hubby and i have 3 kids ds-9 (next month) dd-6 dd-4
    I have only now started thinking about a 4th. I don't know why? dd4 is now in school 5 days a fortnight, so I'm not sure if having no kids home for that time is making me think to much?

    Another thing is with all 3 i had BAD morning sickness for a good 6 months of the pregnancy.

    Is there any new miracle pill out there for morning sickness?

    I now work 3 days a week.
    Please tell me I'm being stupid!!!!!

    The age gaps are to big

  2. #2
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    there is a saying that you never regret having a baby, but you can regret not having a baby. But in saying that maybe talk to your hubby about it and see how he feels? it can go one of two ways. I know the feeling of longing for that 4h bub. I don't think you are crazy and whatever age gap happens is nice. Also with you youngest being in preschool you would get to enjoy bubba once born and have a restful few days while your pre-schooler is at preschool


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