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Old Nov 18th, 2017, 10:16 AM   11
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Absolutely agree with catty- please DONT try to be a superwoman! I think I was trying to snow everyone I could manage, and the voices saying 'you've got your hands full' really didn't help. I tried to carry on as usual too much, what I should have done is stuck the tv on and relaxed. I found it very hard work but I think I'm my own worst enemy a lot of the time. 3 is lovely and mine love each other, it's really worth it

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Old Nov 21st, 2017, 15:19 PM   12
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I have a 5, 3 and 11 week old so it's early days for me but going from 2-3 has definitely been the easiest. I'm busy yes and I do have to be organised but I can relax over babyhood now. My older two are definitely more work/difficult (especially my son with significant addiitional needs, bless him) but good on the whole. Got to say I just love having my sling! I wouldn't be without one if you don't have one already. As others have said, number 3 just slots into life and goes along with everyone else's routine. Remember, online shopping and the slow cooker are your friends!

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Old Nov 22nd, 2017, 11:12 AM   13
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Having a 4 yo and a 2 yo and a newborn is way easier than having a 4 yo, 2 yo, and being late pregnant.

Going from 2 to 3 was easier than 1 to 2.

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