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I want babies....................

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psychomum5 Sat 13-Jun-09 16:32:58


five lovely wonderful children, all with better social lives than me.

one out with her best friend at wimbourne festival, then sleeping over (just had her grounding and curfew re-sorted).

one at a fair, then sleeping over with her best friend

one at her best friends party, then sleeping over too.

one at cubs

t'other one has found that girls are great, and playing next door with out new neighbours and showing off

I should be loving this shouldn;t I.....hmm

nope, feeling lonely.

I wanna baby, one that won;t need a better social life than me for a while yet.

poshwellies Sat 13-Jun-09 16:33:58

Just enjoy the peace woman grin

psychomum5 Sat 13-Jun-09 16:42:43

I'm trying so hard......

nicolamumof3 Sat 13-Jun-09 16:42:51

you can have my 3yr old and nearly 2yr keeping the 10yr old tho he's easy!!

mrsboogie Sat 13-Jun-09 16:46:49

You sound like a great mum - ever thought of fostering?

EccentricaGallumbits Sat 13-Jun-09 16:47:31

I miss my babies. I miss cheerful happy babies who loved to cuddle up with a story. Babies who went to bed at 6pm. Babies who had an afternoon nap. Babies who didn't answer back. Babies who were pleasureable to be around.

In their place I have gangly stroppy hormonal girls who stay awake till all hours, go to parties and talk to boys and cause me huge amounts of angst and worry.

EccentricaGallumbits Sat 13-Jun-09 16:48:25

If I could have a guarantee they'd stay below 2 I'dhave a few more.

I love babies. Just not mad keen on children.

psychomum5 Sat 13-Jun-09 16:52:37

now, fostering I would love to do (seriously), atho not yet....need to get these children up and grown some more yet. my ideal would be once they are all teens at least, and then do babies.

oh, and sibling groups......they are the ones who get split the most, and that is so sad.....I would do siblngs.

on the today note......I want to rewind time to before these could talk and argue and beg and strop and answer ya see where I am going with this??wink

mrsboogie Sat 13-Jun-09 17:02:20

but the fact that they do all these things mean you have raised them to be independent feisty buggers which is great and you should be very pleased with yourself for!

psychomum5 Sat 13-Jun-09 17:05:01

you make a good point

or maybe it means they all wanna fun far away from mehmm

LollipopViolet Sat 13-Jun-09 17:51:03

To quote Ben Harper from My Family

"First they learn to talk, so they can answer back. Then they learn to walk, and walk into shops, spending all your money." I'm glad I'm still a kid myself, I'd love kids, just not now!

Comewhinewithme Sat 13-Jun-09 17:56:55

I know what you mean Psychomum I have 6 aged 11 and under and am already worrying about empty nest syndrome hmm.

I feel when I am cuddling my baby because I know that this newborn stage is so precious but goes so quick and it is the last time I will have my own little newborn . <wails and crumples in a hormonal heap>.

wigglybeezer Sat 13-Jun-09 18:04:39

My Baby starts school this year so i am feeling it too. Pelvic floor is shot after three so trying to resist (also sister has found out she is infertile so would feel bad about having another one).

I would, however, love my big boys to go out more but they seem to prfer staying in and fighting with each other!

psychomum5 Sat 13-Jun-09 18:14:37

<<collaspes next to comewhinewithme to hug and soothe her>>

BionicleBill Sat 13-Jun-09 18:19:32

Oh GOD I am so with you. Yesterday I sorted out the baby clothes AGAIN and it was that moment when you turn it round from 'hmm which to keep because they are so sweet' to 'hmm which ones am I going to USE next time' hmmhmm someone give me a slap with a wet fish please. (Psycho tis me NF btw) grin

psychomum5 Sat 13-Jun-09 18:43:25

hello loving the name, what inspired it??

sorting baby clothes....rips your heart a teeny bit doesn;t it

ihearthuckabees Sat 13-Jun-09 18:51:46

wiggly, your sister might be pleased to have a baby around to 'borrow' from time to time, in return for a bit of dog-sitting wink

violethill Sat 13-Jun-09 19:01:02

(Whispers).. truth to tell I find babies a bit boring, though children are lots of fun!

Having said that - it's great when they go out too!

psychomum5 Sat 13-Jun-09 19:03:15

actually, my favourite age is 18mths.

just as they are finding the world magical, and their first words, giggles, funny ways

wigglybeezer Sat 13-Jun-09 19:14:20

Ihearthuckabees i think you can guess that I am just daydreaming anyway.

KerryMumbles Sat 13-Jun-09 19:15:34

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

psychomum5 Sat 13-Jun-09 19:22:18

kerry, is it the drugs.......<<jeez>>, they could'a warned me!

psychomum5 Sat 13-Jun-09 19:22:48

how are you today anyhow......??

KerryMumbles Sat 13-Jun-09 19:31:00

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psychomum5 Sat 13-Jun-09 19:36:55

oh no....that is indeed crappy timing!!

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