Super Excited!!!

Jesse - posted on 12/14/2010 ( 5 moms have responded )

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So, about a week ago, I took a couple of pregnancy tests and they both came back positive! Very unexpected but, we are incredible happy nonetheless! We are hoping for a little boy but, in the long run... As long as its healthy, we don't care :) Our daughter will be around 17 or 18 months old when the new baby is born. I am a little nervous about how I am going to juggle a toddler and an infant but, I know we will make it work :) Any advice from anyone is always appreciated :)

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Nikki - posted on 12/21/2010

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My kids are 12 months and 26 days apart. I stressed out the whole time I was pregnant. OMG how am I going to feed hime while comforting her etc. In the end O found that I wa stressing over nothing. They are wonderful together stay right together. It does get frustrating when I am trying to clean or do laundry and they both want to be held but you will survive and it will trun out fine.

Eleni - posted on 12/21/2010

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I am 34 weeks pregnant my daughter will be 13 months old when my new baby is born!i'm having a hard time already and the baby is not even here yet!

Brianna - posted on 12/15/2010

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congrats I also have just found out that im pregnant my daughter will be 21months when the baby is born im a lil nervous about that. if your due in august you should join my new group Babies of August 2011

Aicha - posted on 12/14/2010

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hi I have a 15 month old and am due the beginning of February 2011 my advice is buy a double stroller and a huge diaper bag with lots of pockets also accept any help offered to you by your family and friends

Sharon - posted on 12/14/2010

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CONGRATULATIONS!!!
Sorry, I can't offer any advice. I'm currently 22wks with #2, and our son will be 17-18mths when this one is born too :-)

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