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    When I fell pregnant with our third it was an accident we had a 3 year old and a 1year old, I had thrown the idea of having a third sometime in the future but that was a big maybe as we had previously decided 2 was our number.
    I did not deal well with the reality of having another baby, it cause me a lot of anxiety and I did wish at times that I wasn't pregnant( terminating was never something I could do) and was an emotional wreck for most of the pregnancy. My husband dealt with it well and it was hard to try and have him understand how I felt.
    Anyway fast forward to my 3rd bubba who is now 18months old and even though it's not what we had planned we wouldn't trade him for the world, it was tough at first getting into a routine but he was a fairly easy going baby ( he didn't really have a choice kind of just had to slot into our lives and go with the flow!).
    Whatever you decide is your choice as long as it's what's best for your health and well being that's all that matters, it is an extremely hard thing to try and decide on either way x

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