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  • CarolleZ CarolleZ's Avatar 07-07-08 | 09:43 PM
  • If I could afford to have another one right away I would.... BUT...
    I want the second one to be 22-24 months younger than DD... so January-March 2010!
  • Twinkies_Mom Twinkies_Mom's Avatar 07-08-08 | 07:16 AM
  • I would want my new little one to be born just as DD turns 3 so hopefully she will be potty trained and more independent. I would like that so then I could be home with both kids the year before DD starts school.
  • amitrat amitrat's Avatar 07-08-08 | 08:27 AM
  • I had wanted them to be about 3 years apart. SInce I am *finally* pregnant, they will be 3 3/4 years apart.
  • Keepers Keepers's Avatar 07-08-08 | 10:08 AM
  • My first two are 14 months apart. My oldest just turned 4 and my youngest right now is almost 3. When we have the new baby(hopefully in April) between the baby and Peyton(my oldest) there will be almost 5 years different and Parker(my youngest as of now) will be 3 and a half years apart. I wanted them closer though but it hasnt worked out that way. O well. There is a reason for everything I guess.
  • mac71 mac71's Avatar 07-08-08 | 11:36 AM
  • Lucy is only four months but it took us 11 yrs to conceive her so we are already trying for number 2 if that's possible. We are grateful for lucy but would love a sibling for her so if I were to get pg soon there would be about a year or so between them

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