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MunchkinWrangler 4 kids; Rīga, Latvia 46773 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting ღ.ღ.ღ:" I thought the same thing, but obviously i was wrong."


I was working at a preschool and I couldn't' even sit with the kids for circle time because I couldn't get up. From 25 weeks onward I had to pee every 20 minutes around the clock. It never failed. I feel like my belly sat REALLY low compared to other pregnancies, which makes me wonder if that was the reason for such a bad experience. Did that happen with you?

MunchkinWrangler 4 kids; Rīga, Latvia 46773 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting JustDucky:" <blockquote><b>Quoting *Cade*Mak*Col*:</b>" I graduated at 16, a month after my first ... [snip!] ... for you for stepping up and taking responsibility for yourself and your little ones. Unfortunately, that rarely happens..."

I understand that, but I feel like anyone deserves the benefit of the doubt.
You honestly never know what to expect from someone. Although, parading her age around on the internet is probably a cry for attention. Who knows...

Nomo 4 kids; Mueang Phuket, Thailand 30487 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting ღ.ღ.ღ:" I thought the same thing, but obviously i was wrong."


they say each one gets a little worse. mine were "easy". i had some morning sickness but its was terrible. the only thing that really got me this time was the SPD around 30-34 weeks. I could hardly walk.



Im really happy with my 3. If I have another baby, ID LOVE it if the girls were older and could actually really HELP me. that way i dont have to do alllll the chores on top of care for the kids. and that way, when the kids go to school, I can hang out with the baby just us. lol SO has been talking about a vasectomy and he said if we wanted we could always reverse it. but idk.. he doesnt know either.

MunchkinWrangler 4 kids; Rīga, Latvia 46773 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting ☮ Phuket:" they say each one gets a little worse. mine were "easy". i had some morning sickness but its was terrible. ... [snip!] ... lol SO has been talking about a vasectomy and he said if we wanted we could always reverse it. but idk.. he doesnt know either."

I love that my oldest can help with the baby! It makes it so much easier. He can hold him and play with him, keeping him content, while I cook dinner or take a quick shower. It's a total lifesaver!

ღ.ღ.ღ 3 kids; South Carolina 7316 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting *Cade*Mak*Col*:" I was working at a preschool and I couldn't' even sit with the kids for circle time because I couldn't ... [snip!] ... to other pregnancies, which makes me wonder if that was the reason for such a bad experience. Did that happen with you?"


Yeah plus i kinda felt bigger even though she was the smallest. My hips were constantly giving me trouble, and popping in and our of place, i couldn't sleep at night no matter what i did, when i'd try to get up and walk i felt like i was going to fall over, i had a few scares with pre-e, my feet were swollen the whole time, and if i got on the floor it took me forever to try and get up, plus i couldn't bend over.

MunchkinWrangler 4 kids; Rīga, Latvia 46773 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting ღ.ღ.ღ:" Yeah plus i kinda felt bigger even though she was the smallest. My hips were constantly giving me trouble, ... [snip!] ... my feet were swollen the whole time, and if i got on the floor it took me forever to try and get up, plus i couldn't bend over."

Same! I was constantly worried about pre-e. My blood pressure would get so high. But it's been that way since I had a molar pregnancy in April 2011, so who knows the cause. It's still high.

Nomo 4 kids; Mueang Phuket, Thailand 30487 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting *Cade*Mak*Col*:" I love that my oldest can help with the baby! It makes it so much easier. He can hold him and play with him, keeping him content, while I cook dinner or take a quick shower. It's a total lifesaver!"


yeah that would be so awesome! i was 12 when my mom had my little sister and I really enjoyed the "excitement" of finding out my mom was pregnant the same time she did, and going and picking out baby stuff and finding out if it was a brother or sister and everything. granted things didnt go as plan since she was born at 24 weeks. but it was still joyful being a big sister. when she fnally came home, and even when she was on oxygen, id get up with her in the mornings and feed her her bottle of my moms pumped milk and change her diapers and everything. Id love it if my girls were around that age too. but then again, would I want to start all over?? lol idk, i just want to get somet things done in my life first. If i happen to get pregnatn, not the end of the world, just postponing things yet again.

ღ.ღ.ღ 3 kids; South Carolina 7316 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting ☮ Phuket:" they say each one gets a little worse. mine were "easy". i had some morning sickness but its was terrible. ... [snip!] ... lol SO has been talking about a vasectomy and he said if we wanted we could always reverse it. but idk.. he doesnt know either."


DH won't get a vasectomy :roll: but i like that my kids help around as much as they can and they adore monkey. I had pretty bad morning sickness with my first (lasted my whole pregnancy) but besides that i had no real problems. With my first DD i honestly had no problems, that pregnancy was just so easy and then with my other DD i had morning sickness, couldn't gain weight, my hips were constantly hurting, i couldn't walk a lot of the time etc. DH saw how miserable i was, and he told me constantly he felt bad for me so he'd try to rub my back, feet and legs when he'd get a chance.

MunchkinWrangler 4 kids; Rīga, Latvia 46773 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting ☮ Phuket:" they say each one gets a little worse. mine were "easy". i had some morning sickness but its was terrible. ... [snip!] ... lol SO has been talking about a vasectomy and he said if we wanted we could always reverse it. but idk.. he doesnt know either."

I admit to creeping your page.
I just had to say I LOVE that you named your newbie Elias.
I wanted to name Colin that SO badly, but DH didn't like the name.
Party pooper. :(

Nomo 4 kids; Mueang Phuket, Thailand 30487 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting *Cade*Mak*Col*:" I admit to creeping your page. I just had to say I LOVE that you named your newbie Elias. I wanted to name Colin that SO badly, but DH didn't like the name. Party pooper. :("


hey, i just creeped too.. lol



cute kiddos!!!!!

ღ.ღ.ღ 3 kids; South Carolina 7316 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting *Cade*Mak*Col*:" I love that my oldest can help with the baby! It makes it so much easier. He can hold him and play with him, keeping him content, while I cook dinner or take a quick shower. It's a total lifesaver!"


My kids are constantly asking to hold the baby, fighting over who gets diapers, wipes etc. I remember when my mom brought my kids to the hospital and DS walked in the room and we pointed to the baby and he goes " that's yours?" we busted out laughing and told him yes that it was his sister, the baby that was kicking mommy. :lol:

MunchkinWrangler 4 kids; Rīga, Latvia 46773 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting ☮ Phuket:" yeah that would be so awesome! i was 12 when my mom had my little sister and I really enjoyed the "excitement" ... [snip!] ... somet things done in my life first. If i happen to get pregnatn, not the end of the world, just postponing things yet again."

I am totally in the same dilemma. I love the experience of pregnancy and childbirth. I hate thinking about not experiencing it again- it almost seems unbearable not to. BUT, I don't want to postpone our plans and dreams. I need to finish college and focus on my career.. not on babies. We want to travel with the kids, and with another baby that would be put off yet again. It's hard enough to do things with three kids... how would it be with four? Just going out to eat is HELLO-expensive. However, we are moving soon into a 4-bedroom house. The extra space makes it tempting to have another. I just worry that down the road, when we are older and the kids are all in school that we will miss having a baby.

MunchkinWrangler 4 kids; Rīga, Latvia 46773 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting ☮ Phuket:" hey, i just creeped too.. lol cute kiddos!!!!!"


Thanks, yours are cuties, too. But I've seen them many times before on here. Probably being that our oldest kids are both Jan 2008 babies.

ღ.ღ.ღ 3 kids; South Carolina 7316 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting *Cade*Mak*Col*:" Same! I was constantly worried about pre-e. My blood pressure would get so high. But it's been that way since I had a molar pregnancy in April 2011, so who knows the cause. It's still high. "


Mine was semi high compared to what it normally is, then not to mention i always measured ahead after like 24-25 weeks. I was measuring 3-4 weeks ahead and at first they were worried i had to much fluid which freaked me out. They were also convinced i was going to have GD but i didn't, then they didn't want me having a big baby( not for sure why) but i did anyways.

MunchkinWrangler 4 kids; Rīga, Latvia 46773 posts
14th Oct '12
Quoting ღ.ღ.ღ:" Mine was semi high compared to what it normally is, then not to mention i always measured ahead after ... [snip!] ... convinced i was going to have GD but i didn't, then they didn't want me having a big baby( not for sure why) but i did anyways."

How big?
My last two were weird... both times my water broke at 37 weeks and I had to be induced. This last one was a horrible experience, though. My first labor was 9 hours, my second was 6... and this last one was 34 hours after my water broke (30 hours after induction). It came really close to a c-section.