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  • juliemo 07-18-08 | 04:34 PM
  • DS1 and DS2 are two years apart. If I were to be pregnant right now DS1 would be 5 almost 6 years old, and DS2 would be 3 almost 4! Im okay with that age range though because the boys will be able to do things on their own a little more.
  • countrycutieluv countrycutieluv's Avatar 07-18-08 | 07:27 PM
  • Well with me I am starting over.So if I were to get pregnant this month there will be a 14 year differance between the baby and my oldest and 10 years between the baby and my son.So I am ready for another one...or two! LOL Bring on the baby dust!
  • jennigirl jennigirl's Avatar 07-18-08 | 07:40 PM
  • I'm hoping for 24 months.....we'll see!
  • LAB LAB's Avatar 07-18-08 | 10:15 PM
  • My girls are 16 months and a week! There would be nearly 6 yrs between #3 and my youngest if we have #3 quickly! It took a lot of time and prayer to get my DH to the point of wanting a 3rd! I would have liked them a bit closer together, but it will be okay in the end!

    Laura
     
  • alb526 alb526's Avatar 07-27-08 | 09:49 PM
  • We just decided to start trying again but the odds are slim. Ours are hard to ignite, so they will be 17, 10 and 4 years apart if we get another one cranked out any time soon.

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