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    First was a 'what ever happens happens' baby after being told I had slim chance of falling pregnant.
    #2 - was planned after a few m/c
    #3 - expected more m/c so very much planned but not so quick (10.5 month gap oops)
    #4 a huge surprise as I was on the pill - went for a papsmear and came home pregnant lol.

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    First was planned, we found out I was pregnant with our second a month before we were planning to try again, so we were a bit surprised!

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    Both were planned although with DD we were surprised to fall pg so quickly and with DS we were surprised it took us 2 years to conceive

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    DS and belly bub were both planned.

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    First we had multiple rounds of unsuccessful ivf. Decided to stop trying and adopt. The morning of adoption interview I found out I was pregnant.
    Second I didn't go on the pill after the first (he took 6 years so thought the next one might take a while) we really wanted another one but didn't think it'd happen any time soon
    So even though they were kind of planned, they were also very much surprises

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    Huge surprise, especially finding out at 19 weeks!

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    Both planned.

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    All 3 were planned but I had a surprise pregnancy between 2 and 3. That's why there's a bigger gap (3.5years) between 2 and 3 than we wanted. The surprise pregnancy ended in a miscarriage and it took DH and I a while to recover from that before wanting to tic again.

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    1st a suprise at 21. 2 & 3 planned and currently ttc no 4 hopefully it suprises me this month

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    DS1 is a planned Ivf baby - 9th cycle and would have been my last cycle.
    Ds2 was a one hit wonder surprise.


 

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