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    If you do decide to have a 3rd your kids will grow up being 1 of 3. I doubt theyll think much if it as that will just be their life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    I was kind of joking.
    I figured 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyG4 View Post
    I don't think anyone is necessarily better off with another sibling or however many children in a family. I think what makes it right is that us, as parents make it work regardless of how many children. If you still have enough love to give for another and long for another then go for it.
    I'm currently pregnant with my 5th, my girls will be so excited once I tell them they are getting another sibling. As long as they aren't missing out on things because i had more children than I could cope with or afford than its ok.
    Sorry to derail but yay so happy for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Sorry to derail but yay so happy for you
    Thank you Monnie, we are so excited! Has been 11 months in the making - now for this bubba to stick 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by BornToBe View Post
    I really can't see kids growing up to be adults who frown upon their parents for having given them siblings! That would be a pretty selfish attitude really. What if your parents decided not to have you? Anyway, I agree that with your new baby at only 2 months old, you probably do have all sorts of baby/mum bonding hormones around and you won't really know what's right for your family for at least a few months and probably a few years!
    I can, and without knowing the family dynamic/situation, you cannot say it's selfish.

    But agree with it being too 'soon' to make a decision OP.


 

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