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Baby Fever Vent Freya D 1 child; Brookings, Oregon 1195 posts
10th Dec '12

DS was born 10-16-2011 so he almost 14 months. I REALLY wish SO and I could start TTC #2. The only thing stopping us is were getting married 7-27-2013. I almost want to just elope so we can TTC. i don't want DS and #2 to be more then 4 years apart. Gurrrr i wish these next 7 months would just` hurry up

Squeaky McGee 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 63811 posts
10th Dec '12

If this pregnancy continues to go well, my kids will be almost 4 years apart. I wanted them to be closer, but things didn't work out that way. I think it's going to be a nice age difference, though. My daughter is out of diapers and becoming more independent. By the time the baby arrives, she'll be able to help out. I'm glad that I've had this much time to spend one-on-one with my daughter.

Freya D 1 child; Brookings, Oregon 1195 posts
10th Dec '12

i am loving the one on one time but i would love to tandem nurse. i think its just bothering me that a lot of my friends are ether TTC #2 or are pregnant now. We were going to have the wedding 7-21-2012 and start TTC around this time.but when my maid of honor who is also my aunt she found out that she was finally expecting her rainbow baby 7-26-2012 i moved the date. :)

Freya D 1 child; Brookings, Oregon 1195 posts
10th Dec '12

DS is also 80-90% potty trained so im sure thats part of it i feel like hes not a baby any more

The Time Police 2 kids; Cold Lake, AB, Canada 33400 posts
10th Dec '12

My son and daughter are 3 years a part, and I wish they were further apart. But I never wanted to tandem, or change 2 kids diapers, so I like it this way haha

Freya D 1 child; Brookings, Oregon 1195 posts
10th Dec '12

i wanted an 18 months-2 year age gap o well it is what it is

Squeaky McGee 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Indiana 63811 posts
10th Dec '12
Quoting Freya Dunlap:" DS is also 80-90% potty trained so im sure thats part of it i feel like hes not a baby any more "


At 14 months? That's incredibly hard to believe. Not saying you're lying, but boys generally potty train later than girls.

The Time Police 2 kids; Cold Lake, AB, Canada 33400 posts
10th Dec '12
Quoting Freya Dunlap:" DS is also 80-90% potty trained so im sure thats part of it i feel like hes not a baby any more "


My friends daughter was like this, but as soon as she had her second child, she regressed a LOT. It's easier with an older child, because things like that are much less likely to happen.

Freya D 1 child; Brookings, Oregon 1195 posts
10th Dec '12
Quoting Squeaky McGee:" At 14 months? That's incredibly hard to believe. Not saying you're lying, but boys generally potty train later than girls."


we started EC at 6 months and by 7 month he would say "go go go" when he needed to pee. and hes never really peed at night. we had our first accident free day at 10 months. he pooped in the potty for the first time 4 days after his 1st birthday. most days i only go thru 2-3 diapers