hi all, did not think i would be back here so quick!! i found out i was pregnant yesterday so dont know how far gone i am yet. its a big shock as i was very niave to think a few mist pills here and there would matter. my son is 7 and half months old. are there any mummies out there with two babys so close together? is it as diffiult as you'd imagine it to be? or is it easier?
thanks for you reply. at the mo i jus cant get my head around how im going to carry around two babies. also when one is sleeping the other will be making noise. i suppose you will find a way just sat here thinking about it, it seems mission impossable....(she says after an hour of crying from baby cause he wants to sleep) congrats on your pregnany! hope its all going well for you x
its natural to worry when you have such a small gap between kids. my son will be 20 months when this baby is born and i worry about how i am going to cope every single day but i've been told that it's tough in the beginning but it gets easier over time. eveyone i spoke to who had kids close in age actually recommeded it. lol congratulations
Mine are going to be pretty close together too (just under 19 months), and I worry about how I'm going to manage. Of course everyone loves to tell you horror stories and warn you that you'll never rest again, but I'm trying to block all that out and focus on what an amazing gift it will be for my son to have a brother so close in age to grow up with. I know it's going to be a challenge, but lots of moms have survived and so will we
Just wanted to reassure you ladies, it is AWESOME!! My kids are 19 months apart and, apart from the first 8 weeks where I had NO help from my partner, it has been smoooooth sailing! Even more so now that Kilian can walk and is starting to talk. His big sister finds him SO much fun to boss around No, really, they play like angels together most of the day, so lovely
YOU CAN DO IT!!!
Mine will be 15 months apart and I am petrified lol!!! Although tbh there is nothing I can do about it and I do think that as they get older from what I have read they will always have each other to play with as well as their Mummy and Daddy which hopefully should make it easier in the long run fingers x....... I am starting to find it quite hard now being 32 weeks pregnant with a 14 month old that doesn't walk and needs to be picked up!! x
Mine are 13 months apart....now, mind you, they are now 17 and 16. Honestly, the first year was a blur....I said many times it would have been easier to have twins. Once they were 1 and 2, it was amazing. They became each other's shadows.....and still are today. We never have to take friends on vacations or things like that. They are both boys, so I think that makes them closer. The oldest is looking at colleges now....and I can't imagine them being apart .
hi congratulation on your pregnancy!
i have a son he will be 1 year old tomorrow!!!!!!!!!!
and im pregnant again. im having c-section on monday.they going to be 12 months and 2 days apart.im scared and excited at the same time.i will let you know later how it is to have two close together!
wish me luck!
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