Anyone else pregnant with number 2 and babies going to be 18 months apart?
Hi everyone, just wondering if anyone else is in same boat as me? I'm 6 weeks pregnant, due April 1st and my son is 9 months. Very happy and excited to be pregnant but nervous of something going wrong and counting down days to scan. Also super tired and finding looking after my nine month old exhausting!(not complaining though, I'm besotted with him x
Well ladies when I found out about my third baby I was really worried because Meg (my second) is the clingiest child around, I breastfed her for seven months because she wouldn't take anything from a bottle and she didn't sleep for seven months either, then when I had Anabel (my third) Meg fell in love with her from day one, once I explained we couldn't put baby in the dolls pram she was fine, she use to stand next to the crib while she slept and put her hand on her all the time when they were in the double pram. I have one piece on advice have the moses basket upstairs for night time and buy a crib for downstairs you can get them from Mothercare they start at around £50.00, but when your little one wants to look at the baby a moses basket is so easy to tip up and you can't stand guard the whole time, 18 months is a wonderful gap and my girls adore one another so if you need any advice I am always here xx
I am pregnant with #2 and there will be about 17 months between them I can totally sympathise with you, it is SOOOO much harder than my first pregnancy because having a 9 month old baby to look after when all I want to do is sleep is so hard lol x
17 months here! Already so tired as lil man is still waking in the night!
Anyone know of a good double buggy that isn't phil and teds?
I got a mamma's and pappa's and it is rubbish, you can't put anything in the basket underneath because it drags on the floor, the foot muffs don't stay on properly and the wheels jam if you try to change direction oh and the harness straps ain't long enough for a toddler
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