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    Default Where your children planned or surprises?

    My first two were planned to the very everything. Third one was a literally pick me up off the floor shock. Wouldn't change it though 😊

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    I only have one child and he was planned

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    First was planned.
    Second and this pregnancy were one hit wonders. Very pleasant surprises, but not planned. We did know what we were doing though, so weren't shocked to find out I was pregnant.

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    DS1 was a surprise at 21. DS2 was very much planned and involved 4 long years of IVF. Belly baby (DS3) is a great big surprise lol but I'm looking at him as a pretty amazing gift

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    #1 was not planned but not prevented. We naively agreed that if pregnancy happened, it would be ok with us. We just had no idea it would happen within a few weeks of saying this.
    #2 and #3 were planned.

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    very planned (IVF) but if I knew then what life would be like for him now I wouldn't have had a child

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    Oh so very planned.

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    Planned 😊

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    Both planned (ivf)

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    First was planned. Second was 'if fate lets it happen it will happen' kinda surprise.

    It was a surprise in a way as we discussed the possibilty of me going back on some form of BC (due to irregular/painful AF) and we went for a holiday for the weekend. I bought a test on a whim and BAM hello baby no 2.


 

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