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MOTHER TO 6 CHILDREN

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pitstop

HI MY NAME IS PENNY,

 

I'M NEW TO THE FORUM. WOULD BE GRET TO TALK TO OTHER MUMS WITH 6 CHILDREN.

I AM 41 YEARS OLD MY OLDEST IS 18 AND MY YOUNGEST IS 4.

I STUDY AND WORK.

I AM HAPPILY MARRIED AND YES PEOPLE ASK ARE YOU HAVING ANY MORE CHILDREN. THE ANSWER IS NO.

I HAVE MY LITTLE TEAM AND I AM PROUD OF THEM JUST AS I AM PROUD OF MYSELF AND MY HUSBAND.

HOPE TO HEAR FROM SOMEONE SOON. ;)

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DenimAngel

Hi Penny and welcome to EB. My name is Susan, I'm 31 and Mum to five boisterous boys (some more than others). We are hoping to complete our family with just one more within the year (fingers crossed). I am a Registerd Nurse and work part-time around my family. I completed my study back when my eldest was very tiny and commend you on studying with such a work load at home. When I'm not working (home and work) I love to scrapbook the mountains of photos I take of my boys and also meet up with friends (mostly Mum's I met at playgroup when my eldest boys were small).

 

Susan~ Mum to

Jacob 11, Patrick 10, Caleb 7, Thomas 5, Ethan 1 and hoping for just one more!

Diary: BoyOBoy

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LittleBT

Hi Penny and welcome to Essential baby :) :)

 

I am Leanne mum to 6 and 3/4s ;) I am due with #7 on the 15th of April.

 

My children range in age from nearly 16 to a 3 year old :)

 

Which state are you in?? I live in qld.

 

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Proud Mum of six

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Guest blair2003

Hi

I am tammy and i live in tassie. i am mum to 7 children with the eldest being 10 an dthe youngest being 13mths. I am 31.....

 

Tammy

mum to samuel brandon tori dermott thomas zoe and blair

baby boy Blair

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pitstop

Hi Leanne LITTLE BT.

 

I live in the south/west of western australia, in a town called manjimup.

We moved here 6 years ago from the city.

My husband is a carpet layer and I work as a childcare assistant and teacher assistant.

The country is really the best enviroment to bring up children. I have 4 boys 2 girls. The boys are a hand full and the girls who are the oldest have their days.

If I was younger I would have number 7 , also my husband is 46 years and say's he does'nt want to look like a grand daddy.

Although he is very young looking.

On the other side of the coin I am starting to be me again, not just Penny who has six kids.

I find it is really easy to lose your own identity.

I think it is important for the children to see that you are still growing as a person.

What do you think.

 

Penny Pitstop. ;)

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pitstop

Thank you to all that have welcomed me to the forum.

 

I am so glad that people are still having large families.

Many people say we're mad and that wow I bet you miss out on a lot.

Oh how wrong they all are. Yes life can be a bit crazy at times and yes you find yourself pulling your hair out and yes it's hard to have quiet moments with the hubby but I would'nt swap it for anything.

My children teach me more about myself every day.

They give me the confidence each day to overcome many challenges, and with that I hope that one day will have the same directions etc in life.

Currently I am finding out who I am and that yes I can serve as a functional human being in society.

I have returned to work and study, my husband has become very supportive and so have the children, though it was a bumpy road at first.

 

In a big family team work is the key.

 

Please keep writing and please remember my special ladies that you are unique in every way.

 

Penny

pitstop

Manjimup W.A. ;)

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divinity

Hi hi hi, so good that more people are joining, it was quiet for a week or so.

 

It is so nice to talk to other mums that are doing it large! I find I can just read the threads here and dont feel like Im getting it all wrong, that maybe, just maybe Im doin ok.

 

I had a friend from the city stay for the weekend with her lovely 1st baby and I feel so judged by all her comments on what I should be doing, eg- making kids do more chores, telling husband what he can and cant do ect ect. Its great to hear from people loke you that understand my chaos and the joy it brings, also understands that this is what we choose to be doing, that we arnt hard done by or walked on... I could go on, let me just say welcome.

 

Divinity.

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