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    Default Getting clucky

    Just curious, how old was your first child when you started getting really clucky for a second?

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    My lo is 12 months, and I have been for the past few month
    Won't be having another one for a while tho

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    17 months old

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    6 months! For my first. Year and a half after my 2nd

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    NOW!! 8mo

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    I started getting really clucky again when DS was around 15 months - all of a sudden I was noticing preggy bellies and newborns everywhere! I thought getting UTD with #2 might take ages, so we started trying when he was around 16 months and fell pg within a couple of months, now nearly 18 weeks along.

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    Our DS is 18 months and have been clucky for the last 3 months. We're TTC #2 at the moment. But with a very relaxed approach.

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    I started getting really clucky around 6 months, but we are holding off until DD's 2nd birthday (6 months to go!!!).

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    When dd1 was 5 days old I knew I wanted more babies. We stopper using contraception when she was 4mths old. But only fell pg after she was 1yo.

    Dd2 was 4hrs old when I wanted another. But this time we are waiting till she is 18-20mths before we start TTC again due to economic reasons.

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    DS was a week old when I just knew I was clucky and wanted another. But he was a very difficult baby so we decided we wouldnt use contraception and see what happens. We havent dtd much since he was born so no 2nd bubba yet But we are in our 3rd official month ttc....DS is 13 months now and the cluckiness never left infact its only gotten stronger every day lol

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