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Old May 2nd, 2014, 00:16 AM   1
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Small age gap between labours how fast was yours??


Hi, so I'm having Irish twins (mad I know) hehe- There is going to be just under 12 month between births.... How quickly am I expecting this one to be? I'm a little worried as she is still breech and I'm 35 weeks!



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Old May 2nd, 2014, 04:20 AM   2
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I had a baby due 24th October 2013 and a baby due this year 27th October 2014 so there will be about 12 months(or under, maybe) between mine too! I'd also like to know about labour experiences :-D



 
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I had 3 years between my babies but my labour reduced quite a bit, first was 4 hours, second was about an hour.



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I had a baby due 24th October 2013 and a baby due this year 27th October 2014 so there will be about 12 months(or under, maybe) between mine too! I'd also like to know about labour experiences :-D

Congrats! My 11 month old has just dropped his afternoon nap and I had to do some sleep training around 9 month as I got exhausted- however it gets easier now he is crawling and cruising I don't have to pick him up as much (he's a lad) I just baby proofed the house. When I was 7 plus month pg and still lugging lo around (before he could crawl) I strained myself badly and ended up on bed rest so be careful as your bump grows :-). I'll keep you posted on my labour in 4 weeks!!!



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I had 3 years between my babies but my labour reduced quite a bit, first was 4 hours, second was about an hour.

Wow 1 hour hope I'm not that quick, hospital is almost an hour away and she is breech!!



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I had 3 years between my babies but my labour reduced quite a bit, first was 4 hours, second was about an hour.

Wow 1 hour hope I'm not that quick, hospital is almost an hour away and she is breech!!
Yeah this was why I planned a home birth but the MW didn't even turn up on time, was me and hubby alone! All was fine though, I knew I was going to be quick but don't worry I don't think it's normal to be that quick! I had to travel an hour for my 4 hour labour and it was fine. Hope baby turns for you.



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I had 3 years between my babies but my labour reduced quite a bit, first was 4 hours, second was about an hour.

Wow 1 hour hope I'm not that quick, hospital is almost an hour away and she is breech!!
Yeah this was why I planned a home birth but the MW didn't even turn up on time, was me and hubby alone! All was fine though, I knew I was going to be quick but don't worry I don't think it's normal to be that quick! I had to travel an hour for my 4 hour labour and it was fine. Hope baby turns for you.
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Old May 4th, 2014, 14:31 PM   8
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Ooh Irish twins sounds like such fun .
I don't have a small age gap but not a big one either, mine are 21 months apart. My 2nd labour was about 3 hours longer (and I was 3cm dilated, whereas with my 1st I wasn't dilated at all so I expected that to shave a little time of my 2nd labour!)



 
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Mine are 19 months apart but overall labour with my first was 38 hours and 9 with my second, 1hr 5mins pushing with my first and 8 minutes with my second



 
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Thanks everyone, I think lo's bottom has engaged (if possible) as it feels like it did when my ds head engaged. Getting a little nervous now!



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