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Broody DH - anyone dealt with this?

(5 Posts)
Glitterknickaz Fri 10-Jul-09 23:25:01

DH is seriously broody.
I am getting daily requests to stop taking the pill.

All three of our kids have SN of one kind or another, autism being a common factor although mobility issues are involved too.

It's hard work.

Whilst I'd not say no long term right now it is definitely a no.

I've said I'll consider it when DD starts school. She's 13 months now.

I was diabetic when pg with dd, she was seriously ill after birth and in SCBU due to cord prolapse, it was terrifying and I ended up with horrific PND for which I am still taking medication (although I have largely recovered).

There is no way for my physical or mental health that I can do this, he's also out of work.

I'm saying no but he still keeps asking.

Inspiration anyone?

BabyValentine Sat 11-Jul-09 21:33:37

No experience of this, but bumping for you...

LoveBeingAMummy Sat 11-Jul-09 21:38:48

Have you spoken to him about why he wants another right now?

Glitterknickaz Sun 12-Jul-09 17:05:02

LBAM he just adores the kids we have.
Particularly DD, our youngest.

Thing is despite being a hands on parent - he changes nappies, helps with meals, dressing, bathtime and bedtime - he doesn't really contribute to the SN side of things - dealing with the LEA regarding education provision, filling in DLA forms, getting them to appointments with their numerous consultants, managing the family diary.

I don't think he realises just how much peripheral stuff each child brings.

Greensleeves Sun 12-Jul-09 17:06:18

tell him that if he can demonstrate an ability to expunge a Galia melon through his penis, you'll have another baby

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