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    My aunt had 1 then went for a second and got triplets. She had 4 kids under 2!!!!

    Whenever I had pregnancy scabs she's ask if I was sure it was just 1 in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chippa View Post
    A friend of mine had a singleton then twins. She was well and truly done after the twins arrived. She did however tell me about a friend of hers who had exactly the same as her (singleton then twins) and decided they wanted a fourth. She then proceeded to fall pregnant naturally with TRIPLETS

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    yep, happened to my physio. I said we might go for a third and shes like, "don't do it!! we decided to and ended up with twins". Surprisingly, she is not the first to tell me not to go for a third!

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    We decided to go for a fourth and got twins. Sadly I miscarried them at 8.5 weeks. We have since decided that 3 is our magic number but I can't help but wonder what our life would have been like as a household of 7! Mum was telling me about a lady at her work that had 2 children and went for a third and got twins. I'm sure I've read somewhere that the more children you have the higher the likelihood is that you'll have twins.

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    We are currently TTC number 5. For each of our previous pregnancies we talked about how we would love twins. This is the only 1 we don't want twins for so knowing my luck hahah.

    I was talking to a fella years ago. His sister struggled with infertility for ages and they decided to adopt. Two weeks after bringing their brand new baby home, she got a BFP. It was twins. She had them and fell pregnant again straight away with twins. So for someone who just wanted 1 little baby, she ended up with 5 in 18 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    Do you think this would be the case even after the birth?
    Looks like she had a section and still looked fabulous with makeup on. I had a section at 37wks and had tinted moisturiser on but hell no I did not look that good

    Not at 3am feeds I doubt there would be a makeup artist as for help surely there would have to be I was watching the news this morning and they've bought a house on the peninsula

    It may just be my opinion but you can't look that great and refreshed straight away after birth

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    I think there is a bit of a filter going on. Even Chris looks a little too flawless. They are pretty big healthy twins!

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    Do we really think Rebecca Judd looks "gorgeous"? I think she looks tired, and her face "sunken". Which is perfectly reasonable after a LSCS.

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    Umm. Air brush and photoshop.

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    My mum is a twin and her mum/my nan had two sets of twins. Im 33 have three and am now pregnant with my fourth (unplanned and a nice surprise). I am so hoping I don't have twins!


 

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