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    Hi from a person who has had to do IVF I wouldn't delay it, there is no right time.

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    I wouldn't delay.. you never know what's around the corner.

    If it feels right then go for it

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    Thanks, you are right. I just keep thinking of my current children and want to try and make it a somewhat easy transition for them. I know though that this is mostly out of my control.

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    Hmm I would certainly think about it, but no I probably would not delay.
    You can plan plan plan, but it could take months (or more) to get pregnant.
    Best of luck <3

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    My ds3 was born 2 days before ds1's first ever day of school.

    I missed ds1's morning drop off as I was waiting for the doctor to discharge me from hospital, but I got there in time for pick up, with Bub in tow.

    I think I was more upset that ds1 was - but having your baby brother turn up for school pick up was a really special moment.

    Sometimes you just can't plan these things, so no, I would not delay TTC. When it happens, it happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misho View Post
    My ds3 was born 2 days before ds1's first ever day of school.

    I missed ds1's morning drop off as I was waiting for the doctor to discharge me from hospital, but I got there in time for pick up, with Bub in tow.

    I think I was more upset that ds1 was - but having your baby brother turn up for school pick up was a really special moment.

    Sometimes you just can't plan these things, so no, I would not delay TTC. When it happens, it happens.
    Oh wow! Go you! That is amazing. This gives me great hope for myself.
    That definately would of been a special moment.

    I need to look at it more like that, as a special time. Instead of thinking its going to be all crazy and chaotic with all 3 kids screaming and me being a flustered mess ha ha.


 

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