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Anyone want another one? So far you're a family of three, do you want to make it four? Not quite sure, but still thinking about it and looking at the babyrus website like a 13 year old in the closet with a playboy?

I've written about my experience with my soon to be 4 year old who wants a younger sibiling... now.

I'd love to hear everyone's feedback. First time moms, second time moms, sixth time moms. How did you decide? Did you have the decision or did it just happen? How were your reactions?

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~Katie

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I have 2 and we decided pretty quickly after my first. We wanted them close in age so 3 or 4 months after having my first son I was pregnant with my second. During my second pregnancy I made the hasty decision to have my tubes tied during my C-section so 2 is the magic number for us. We often talk about how a 3rd would be but I am pretty happy with our little family of four. My boys would love nothing more than a new baby in the house though so sometimes I still feel a little sad that I took the option away. My husband claims there is a reversal to my procedure but after a full day with a 2 and 3 year old the little bit of sadness and doubt pretty much washes away.

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