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PostPosted: 02 Jun 2011 01:04 
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That's a Really good question. I had a traumatic experience during labour, 10 months on and I still receive back on my experience. Lol

However, I still want to go through it all again. Lol. I'm convinced I won't struggle as much as the first time. Atleast this time I know what to expect.

Oh, and then bringing up a child is such a tough job yet do rewarding!

Plus, I really miss my bump!!!! Is that weird??? I loved having a bump with the kicks and all the movement.

My daughter is 10 months. I don't know how I would cope with another. Plus, is it best to wait the full 2 years after a caesarian?

I think, if u feel broody then go for it!!!!!


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Have faith in yourself! Motherhood is a very complex, laborious, and demanding role. However, we manage. It's a beautiful bond only we can feel.

I wish you and your family all the best, whichever decision you take.
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fiffes wrote:
Jaidynsmum wrote:
No matter how many kids you have, you will always have enough love to go round.
There are plenty of us here with 3 or more kids and as Audrey said going from none to one is a huge shock and from one to two can be challenging, but two to three is a breeze! Although going from one to three will be an eye opening as Fi will find out soon enough :lol:

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PostPosted: 04 Jun 2011 19:57 
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Ross123456 wrote:
fiffes wrote:
Jaidynsmum wrote:
No matter how many kids you have, you will always have enough love to go round.
There are plenty of us here with 3 or more kids and as Audrey said going from none to one is a huge shock and from one to two can be challenging, but two to three is a breeze! Although going from one to three will be an eye opening as Fi will find out soon enough :lol:

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One to three!! :shock: :shock:

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gidnoid wrote:
Ross123456 wrote:
fiffes wrote:
Jaidynsmum wrote:
No matter how many kids you have, you will always have enough love to go round.
There are plenty of us here with 3 or more kids and as Audrey said going from none to one is a huge shock and from one to two can be challenging, but two to three is a breeze! Although going from one to three will be an eye opening as Fi will find out soon enough :lol:

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One to three!! :shock: :shock:

:lol: she's doing a good job!

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