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If my husband says no to another baby?
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Posted 14 March 2019 - 07:56 PM
Thank you Maree 83 for your reply. I am feeling exactly the same way. It is good to know that I am not alone, although I wish you weren't feeling like it too. I also feel selfish with having my two children. So it really is mixed feelings. It is so hard being surrounded by people having babies!
Thank you Blue Shoe for replying too. I feel the same way. I would like to know, but at the same time am scared of knowing the answer.
I think a big part of it is being in limbo. So I have asked my husband that if he really wants to just have two children can he make a decision in the next few months and book a vasectomy. If he goes ahead then I will know that is what he wants and I will grieve, but hopefully move forward. I don't want to waste the time that I have with the two wanting something more.
Maybe I am also just grieving over the baby stage being over way too quickly!
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