This is a very natural reaction when faced with the prospect of 2 children, I often worried about how I will cope and also how my daughter was going to adjust. I have surprised myself at how well I have coped and how complete I feel having both of them it just makes my day and my daughter adores her little brother.
You will be fine hun. Sooo many women do this and they manage fine. My Mum raised me and my brother mostly on her own up to the ages of 4 & 5 as my Dad worked abroad for most of the year back then and my brother NEVER slept more than 20 mins at a time, she had her work cut out for her but she was okay and got through it all.
I had the same fear when I was having my son how would I cope but its amazing how you do just get on with it I've never known anything different till now and I can honestly say I'm struggling being pregnant and having someone there because I'm used to do it and making all the decisions myself!!
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