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at least 6 months

When I went to the dr. for my 6 week check up, she wanted to know what kind of birth control (if any) I would want to get started on.  I said that I just wasn't interested because of many reasons.

First and mainly because it took us so long to get here, I'd hate to get on birth control and have that throw us a curve ball for when we go to try for our second baby.  Second being, I don't want it to hinder my milk supply at all and lastly, I just don't want to take a pill or something else daily/monthly, whatever...

I know it's risky and for all we know we might be pregnant sooner than we think, but we're not afraid.  We want kids and while we'd love to say that we want them about 2 years apart, who knows what will happen.  We're not going to actively start trying for about a year, but anything could happen.

My dr. requested that we wait at least 6 months to a year to start trying again and that fits right into what we had said from the beginning.  My body just hasn't fully recovered and while we want them close, we don't want them that close together.  I want time to heal and time to get back into better shape before I go through another pregnancy.

It's crazy to think that I could go through this all over again and love our next baby just as much as I love Coen?  I just don't know how people do it and now it allows me to understand why some people stop at one.  We would never intentionally do that, but I get it.  He's just so sweet and I want to give him all of my love...



He is mine and I am his, forever...





Comments

Sassytimes said…
What a great photo!

I'm sure you will love another child just as much as C. Your heart truly does grow with each child.
Yay! What a great photo.

And as Sassytimes said - your heart DOES grow with each baby.

:)

So excited for what the future might bring you two...
God has a plan. :) He will bless you with more than you can ever imagine! :) I have two that are 10 1/2 months apart (originally 12 1/2 but she was a preemie). We definitely would have never planned it that way but we love it so much now. It was hard when they were babies, really hard but they are so close and inseperable. I love seeing their bond grow more everyday. They never remember being without each other and it's pretty awesome. :)

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