Whoo hoo 119 days and 9 hours until its our year!!! That's only 17 more weekends!!!
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03-09-2012 12:28 #301
03-09-2012 12:53 #302
03-09-2012 12:58 #303
just wanted to know if you dont mind a late-comer? we are jumping on the TTC wagon again on Jan 1st Am counting down too, and hoping that the next 4 months goes by very fast (though Im sure it will being xmas and newyears)
Bring on January!!
03-09-2012 13:02 #304
I am glad your DH is coming around, I am so looking forward to when we all start testing. It'll be fun to see all the bfps! I wonder how HOMS is going with the not trying not preventing thing!
03-09-2012 13:10 #305
03-09-2012 13:19 #306
i found it easier with my 3.5yr gap than i did with my exactly 2yr gap. with my 3.5yr gap my eldest boy was older and more understanding about babies and the need to be gentle & quiet etc. He was very interested in helping me with nappy changes as well. I found having a newborn and a 3.5yr old easy compared to a newborn and a just turned 2yr old. though it was only "hard" until the newborn started to walk. they still fight and argue, but they are truly best of friends. i find routine is a must have
03-09-2012 13:23 #307
oh--and a good 2 seater pram (as my 2yr old didnt want to walk, he still wanted to be carried everywhere lol)
and thanks for the welcome Trio
03-09-2012 13:59 #308mum of 2
- Join Date
- Oct 2009
- Illawarra NSW
I'm a little worried. I had my first 2 15 months apart. So the plan was that our 3rd was going to be relatively close as well. I know that my kids would LOVE another baby around, and I think they'll be very helpful. They are at an age where they are independent in a lot of things - sleeping through the night, getting dressed, can leave them alone in the bath. So in a lot of ways I think it'll be easier than it would have been having them closer together.
Just little things that I'm a little concerned about - having the baby fit in with our life - ie no matter what I have to take the kids to school, pick them up - doesn't matter if they've just gone down for a sleep. We've got after school activities etc. So the baby will just have to fit in with our life. But I'm hoping to 'train' from day one to sleep anywhere, to have a baby carrier so that I can always have it near me etc.
03-09-2012 16:03 #309
Im so curious to know how Homs is going with not trying not preventing...that could be my plan in march! I totally can't wait too see the bfp's start rolling in!
03-09-2012 16:08 #310
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