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    Always wanted 6. When I met my hubby and told him he was happy as he wanted a big family too. He is one of 9.

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    None I didn't see myself as a mothering type until DD was born and now we have 3 and am still not sure if I am done. DH only wanted 3

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    I wanted 3, I have 3.

    I wanted a boy first, called Matthew. The protective big brother.
    I had a boy first, not called Matthew. He doesn't particularly like his siblings.

    Then I wanted identical twin girls, one called Rebecca, one called Mikayla.
    I had one girl next, not called those names.
    Then I had another boy.

    So I've ended up with some of what I dreamed of.

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    Always wanted 3, when younger that was to be 2 in my 20's and 1 in my 30's, almoat 34 and have an almost 2 yr old and pregnant with number 2. Continuously left to tell mil and dh mates to bugger.off with their advice of.3rd children always being accidents or mistakes. I am a middle child and my parents never felt that but mil and all these mates have sahm's as wives so shove their financial issues on us when i work hard for my family mil benefits from my money and i want my money to go to my family dreams not someone who could have and still could work and doesnt want to why discourage me just cause 2 was their dream.

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    I always wanted 3. Had 2 and thought no way I'm having 3 and then unexpectedly fell pregnant with DS2 and had three in the end anyway.

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    I always thought I would have two, I'm from a family of 2. But when I met DH it changed to 3 as he is from a larger family of 4 and I love the relationships he and his siblings had. Had 1 boy, then second pregnancy was twin boys. Thought we were done until a surprise pregnancy! I'm nearly 12 weeks now so it looks like we are going to have 4 😀

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    Default How many children did you imagine you'd have...

    5. Even immediately after having DD. Unfortunately we don't fall pregnant easily so it looks like she'll be our only.
    Last edited by LaDiDah; 11-02-2016 at 17:12.

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    None, I never wanted to be a mother.

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    Two. I always wanted two boys.

    I'd like 4 now, but I think DH will want to stop at 3. And I'd be over the moon with a third girl

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    i was never having any, I didnt like children, I didnt see their appeal
    never would I have imagined myself as a single mumma to two,

    now I like them that much that my chosen field of work is childcare


 

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