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broody already?

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LST Fri 01-Nov-13 20:21:04

I was exactly the same. I thought I was going mad! I am expecting DC2 now though but DS is 2 on Wednesday. The broodiness did pass grin

mummyxtwo Fri 01-Nov-13 19:48:52


mummyxtwo Fri 01-Nov-13 19:48:42

I also sad after dd2 was born (flew out with her hand up by her face) that I was never going through that again!! ..... hmm

mummyxtwo Fri 01-Nov-13 19:47:48

Same here StandingInLine - I miss being pregnant, despite being sick as a dog! Dd2 has just turned 1yo and we are thinking of starting TTC. Rather scary as I have days where I feel like I can't cope with the two of them, but I feel really broody and would love 3!

StandingInLine Thu 31-Oct-13 21:48:05

I know ,my daughter is 3 months and an already thinking about another. I had said that this one (my second ) was going to be my last but I'm reconsidering now. It's not so much having the baby for me ,it's the pregnancy. As much as I get impatient by about 30 weeks wanting to give birth already ,I miss the scans ,the excitement ,the having something to look forward to etc...

gintastic Thu 31-Oct-13 21:45:12

We were talking about number 2 before we left hospital with number 1...

Gerty1002 Thu 31-Oct-13 21:18:57

My DS Is seven weeks and although I couldn't bear the thought of childbirth again so soon (I had a pretty rough time of it) I can't wait until DS has a little brother or sister and keep imagining family life in the future. Crazy hormones.

roweeena Thu 31-Oct-13 15:30:39

I have a 3 week old DS2 and I'm already planning the next - that must be hormones!

Alexa007 Wed 30-Oct-13 09:51:34

Me too!!!! I have a 7 mo girl and I am already planning and picking names for the next one!!

B00t5 Wed 30-Oct-13 09:23:18

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justalilmummy Tue 29-Oct-13 23:15:15

Someone tell me if I am normal or not, I have a 10 week old and am so broody already have been since he was about 4 week's old!
Is this just hormones? I was talking through baby names yesterday!

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