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    I do think back to having 1 child and realise that things were so much easier in terms of getting sleep, working full time, etc, but I always felt like we weren't done having kids and that was overwhelming when I just had one. Having two is fantastic in so many ways. They play together a lot (eventhough they are nearly 5 years apart) and seeing my 2 children just adoring each other really warms my heart. I love having 2. I don't love having a dd who is nearly 2 and doesn't sleep well, but really that's not the fault of being a 2nd child.

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    Only when they have been at each other alllll day long and they are egging each other on.. Lol

    But I love having 2 kids, not sure id handle anymore but I'm so glad they have each other to play with and love each other.
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    Nope never. It was hard at first with the changed relationship between DS and I - having to suddenly share my time, but I feel like I've given them a wonderful gift having a sibling. Planning a third down the track.

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    Nope never wish I had one in fact I wish I could have more even with the 4 I have!!

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    Yes - between 5-7pm every night, trying to juggle 2 under 2 on my own....

    Ha! Joking (not really) aside, I don't regret having DS2 at all. He wasn't planned, wasn't wanted by exDH and was the pinnacle of our marriage demise - and he's still worth it 100%. I can't imagine our lives without him in and he's only 4mths old. My world is enriched watching my boys interact and love each other to bits already.

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    No I've never regretted having number 2 (or number 3!) & in fact have desperately been trying for number 4...nothing more amazing than seeing your children together.

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    It's a struggle and I have 3 kids. Maybe I ought to have stopped at 1, but I love each and every one of them even if I'm on struggle street most of the time and juggling all 3 constantly. It's just how it is and what was meant to be.

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    I totally regret not being able to have more than 1 child.
    I hate seeing dd so lonely and sad when all she wants is a baby brother or sister.

    I still pray and hope that I will be able to give her that.

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