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    Default Re - introduction. 32, new DP, DD, DS and maybe #3

    Hi all,

    I'm not exactly new but have been absent quite some time. I have a new partner after a 4 year stint being a single Mum... YAY! The whole 'should we have a baby' conversation inevitably arose and with my youngest being 8 and me being, well 8 years older... it feels like I'm starting from scratch again!
    Anyway, I couldn't think of a better place to re-educate myself on all things baby before I make any life changing decisions. So here I am, remind me about stinky nappies, teething, middle of the night feeds, toilet training and toddlers touching EVERYTHING. I'm prepared... I think...

    Big love, G x

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    welcome back lollylips, Do you want to have another baby,? or are you just having the discussion about having another baby?? Best of luck either way. marie.

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    I'm not against the idea but I'm definitely feeling cautious given my 4 year single mum status when I separated from my last partner. Don't I sound like a real pessimist!?

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    Default Re - introduction. 32, new DP, DD, DS and maybe #3

    I hear you. I was a single mum for ages before re-partnering and then remarrying. My eldest is 10 & we've just fallen pregnant with our Bub together. My youngest is almost 6.

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    No advice, but good luck!
    Trying for a third here at 35 😮

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    Big congrats maybebabyivf and good luck to you too giveitago . I just might be ttc along with you!

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    Big congrats maybebabyivf and good luck to you too giveitago . I just might be ttc along with you!
    I'm pregnant too. Your turn!

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