Hi ladies! I'm jumping over here from the WTT forums Hubby and I were planning on waiting until June or July to start trying but I ended up getting a faint positive on a test a few days ago and we all got excited. Unfortunately I started bleeding so the little bean didn't stick BUT it made us realize that we really want to start trying again!
I have an 8 month old daughter so if we do conceive this cycle, they will be about 18ish months apart! Ive heard a lot of great things about this age gap, and I'm hoping that it'll work great for us
Anyone else TTC baby #2?
Anyone trying to conceive #2 with a young little one? I'd love to be buddies!!
My cycles are kind of all over the place since having my daughter. I'm hoping that it doesn't take us too long to conceive! We weren't exactly trying when we found out I was pregnant with our daughter LOL. So I have no idea how to actually go about tracking my cycles and ovulation
Hello 😄 My husband and I are TTC #2 as well! My daughter will be 2 at the end of the month. We are most assuredly ready for number 2! With our first, we had two rounds of clomid and Ovidrel after trying quite sometime on our own with no success. We were hoping to do it on our own this time since I have at least had some cycles on my own! Currently CD 33 and waiting AF or BFP. 😁 mother mature and instinct tells me I am prego, tests tell me no! We shall see! I look forward ton hearing from you all and watching as we all get BFPs!! 😍
We are ttc #2 as well. Our dd is 16.5 months old and we have been trying since she was 8 months old. As of right now we would have a 2 year age gap and I hope it won't be too much over 2 years as I would like them to be close as possible.
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