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emkana Fri 15-Apr-05 22:38:16

I have now been continuously pregnant and/or breastfeeding for four years and eight months.

Got pregnant in 2000, b/fed dd1, got pregnant while still feeding dd1, tandem fed for a bit, am now still feeding dd2 who will be 2 in August...

and am planning to have a third in the not so distant future!

My friend was practically begging me on the phone tonight to have at least a couple of weeks in which I could get pissed without worrying about it.

We'll see...

I just am the original earth mother

the funny thing is that I never ever thought I'd be like this.

PiatDor Fri 15-Apr-05 22:39:16

OMG - You must be a saint emkana!!!

pixiefish Fri 15-Apr-05 22:39:46

A friend of mine has been constantly pg for the last 5 years- no 1 born, 6 weeks later pg with no 2, 6 wqeeks later pg with no 3 and on till number 5

Lonelymum Fri 15-Apr-05 22:40:25

I have been changing nappies every day, almsot without a break, for nearly nine years! Think on that when you try for your next baby!

mummytosteven Fri 15-Apr-05 22:40:45

at your friend pixiefish

5 under 5s

emkana Fri 15-Apr-05 22:45:23

That really is incredible, pixiefish. How is she coping?

pixiefish Sat 16-Apr-05 07:45:30

she and her husband are both at home so they cope ok.

Goldfish Sat 16-Apr-05 12:53:03

Can't beat you emkana, but I got pregnant in March 1993, gave birth to ds1 in Nov 93, b/f him until July 1994 when I found out I was pregnant with ds 2. I had to stop breastfeeding ds1 as I nearly miscarried and was advised to stop b/fing while pg. Gave birth in march 1995 and b/f until May 1996. So I went 3 years and 2 months.

emkana Sat 16-Apr-05 21:04:22

Not bad goldfish

emmatmg Sat 16-Apr-05 21:45:46

Kind of similar thing just not with BFeeding.

Fell Pg in July 1998 with ds1.
He was born in April 1999.

Fell Pg with ds2 Sept 2000.
He was born in June 2001.

Fell Pg with ds3 Dec 2002
He was born in Sept 2003.


rickman Sat 16-Apr-05 21:55:58

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