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Although it was not a dream as such, I always wanted a big family. Before my first miscarriage I wanted 4 kids. After I lost that first one, something changed in me and I decided I wanted 3. So, after falling pregnant so easily with Lukas, I thought that my "fertility problems" were behind me and I could go ahead with my "plans to have 3 kids" whenever I wanted. But because Lukas came right on month 1 of trying - and it turned out to be so close to Amanda (they have only 1y 9m different and I do not recommend,...

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A came at 38 weeks. L did not want to be a copy cat so he came at 38 weeks and one day. And the labour was pretty similar. I had not had any Braxton-Hicks contractions either (well, not that I had noticed anyway). I did not notice the mucus go at all. Well, I already had one very busy baby around and not much time left for anything, so I did not notice.  I was in bed, getting ready to sleep when I heard like a balloon pop. I was like "what's that?" and then the water came. It was my placenta bursting and...

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When A turned one year old, we decided to start trying for another baby. We anticipated that it would take some time, maybe even another loss and I was not getting any younger...  So I stopped the pill and we managed to have sex ONCE on the ovulation window (possibly the whole month, I don't remember it). I have to make a parentheses that I think it is almost a miracle by itself that parents that do not have help with their children (family, friends, nannies, whatever) manage to have sex at all. I mean, the baby has to be sound asleep. You need...

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Description of my daughter being born using hypnobirthing methodology

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The pregnancy was going very well and I started planning for the delivery. Who would have thought? I read a lot about it and one of the things that stuck with me was a phrase from a book that said "people research more about their next holiday destination than about birthing their baby" (or something along those lines). It is true. No wonder so many women are unprepared and struggle. You wouldn't sign up and run for a marathon without preparing, would you? Why would you not prepare for the most life changing experience of your life? I read a...

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