I'm Bree from Melbourne, I'm 35 and have only recently began trying to conceive with my husband of 8 years.
I've never had the urge before, although I knew it would come. My husband couldn't be happier as he's always wanted children but we were never "ready" until now.
This "clucky" thing was never something I anticipated lol and I'm hoping 35 is still a good time to conceive.
I've read quite a few posts on this forum and you all seem like an awesome bunch! Can't wait to get to know you all
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17-07-2016 22:01 #1
17-07-2016 22:31 #2
Hi Bree, I was the same! 8 years married and never really wanted to have kids, I ended up simply stopped trying not to even without being clucky! Even while I was pregnant I wasn't overly keen but when I got my boy all that changed. I'm 34 with my first so I don't think it's a bad age, I've he my fun, new fun to try.
Good luck with everything.
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17-07-2016 22:36 #3
Hi Bree, welcome to Bubhub. I just had no. 3 recently at 38, so you should have no worries. Good luck on your journey to parenthood!
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18-07-2016 06:46 #4
Thanks ladies!! Thanks for the reassurance
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