3.5 years between DS1 and DS2.. Worked really well for us because DS1 was toilet trained and knew how to be gentle etc.
DS2 will be 2yo when DS3 arrives, I'll get back to you
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11-03-2012 11:01 #12Member
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Think it is a personal choice with u and ur family, each family and child is different. There is no right or wrong age. Follow ur heart and u will know when the time is right.
11-03-2012 11:45 #13three terrific kids
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I have 17 months, 15 months and 2.5 year gaps between my kids. I prefer the closer gap to be honest
11-03-2012 11:56 #14
Hi webby your story sounds exactly like mine except you waited a little longer then me with your second. I had my 10 year old when I was 17 and then my second when she was 8, followed 16 months later by third. There's no denying 2 under the age of 2 is hard but worth it. They are now 1 and 2 and the best of friends. Pm me if you want to talk x
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