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does waiting for No's 4 AND 5 (6 & 7 with the DSD's) qualify as a larger family??!!LOL

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loudmouthmum Fri 05-Sep-08 22:11:41

I found out on friday last week that we are 13 (now 14) weeks pregnant with a buy one get one free offer!! have been a little shocked to say the least! Anyone selling a minibus??!! Just as I thought I qualified for a hard earned rest, life jumped in and messed with my plans! (felt I deserved the rest after 10 years non-stop with at least one at home). My youngest will be 5 1/2 when they arrive in March, he's just started full-time school THIS WEEK! Anyone got any tips for not feeling just a little overwhelmed? (we were actively trying NOT to have any more at the moment!)We are now planning a move to a 4 or possibly 5 bed house, as we had ALREADY outgrown the small 3 we're in at the mo..AARRGGHH!! When the splodges arrive, we will have a 13 yr old girl, an 11 yr old girl, a 7 yr old girl, a 7 yr old boy (not twins, step-siblings, 6 months apart!), and a 5 1/2 yr old boy, plus the splodges. SCARING ME ALREADY...

struwellpeter Fri 05-Sep-08 23:05:41

Congratulaions, what lucky little splodges you have to have so many older sibs and how brilliant for them that they will also have another of the same age! Well, yes, can see that you are feeling overwhelmed, but really, it'll work out fine. LOL at bogof offer.

surprisenumber3 Sat 06-Sep-08 19:53:00

Hi loudmouth and congrats!
My DS1 is 9, as is DSS, and DS2 is 4.5 and starts full time school this week and I am pregnant with a surprise...I too thought I was gonna have some time to myself! (hoping it's not twin's now!).

Do your stepkids live with you?

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