Time for Another

the diary of our quest for baby number 2

About Us Sunday 2 September 2007

East Sussex living, mid -30’s couple with a 2.5 year old daughter, about to have baby number 2. It’s been a bumpy ride so far, but things are settling down now. This blog documents the ups and downs of conception onwards.

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3 Responses to “About Us”

  1. Amy Says:

    I know you don’t know me for squat. But I stumbled across your blog. I was going to not say anything and be on my way. but I feel I came across your blog for a reason.

    I’m a mom of 4 year old triplets in the US. There is another site you might like to check out. http://www.tripletconnection.org

    I don’t sugar coat. It is scary as hell and I did deliver early and have some complications. We were faced with reduction as well. It is an automatic conversation if you have more then twins.

    It has been a strain on DH and I with the kids medical issues, but any marriage takes work. I hope I’m not making things harder for you by posting this. If so you have my sincerest apologies.

    Best wishes for a postive outcome for you and your family what ever you decide.

  2. sue Says:

    Hi

    I came across your site and read your blog with interest. I now have twin girls, and when had a difficult twin pregnancy, having been given a 50/50 chance of survival at 16weeks. Anyway, my story ended happily having had fantastic support from my Doctors, nurses, friends and family.
    I know what it is like living on a knife edge, not knowing what each day will bring, so I didn’t really enjoy the pregnancy experience in the same way as our friends have. This has lead me to build my website http://www.goodpregnancyguide.com to help people find simple answers to their pregnancy questions. I hope you will add a link to my site on your blog.
    Best of luck.
    Sue

  3. Fiona Says:

    Would it be possible to ask you some questions on email, i am in a similar dilemma but hitting brick walls on advise from the medical profession with regards to selective reduction and how to get it.
    regards


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