hi ladies, i just wanted to introduce myself and join the ranks of those TTC. we just started TTC #3 this month. my DH and i have been married since '03. we have 2 beautiful little girls, ODD is almost 6 years old and YDD is 15 months. my DH is hoping for a boy this time around. i just hope it doesn't take as long to get pg as did the last time. we started trying on and off after ODD turned 2 in '06 and i finally got pg in '08! it was on and off bc there were some months i was trying to avoid having a due date in and other times we went to Disney World and i wanted to be able to ride the coasters. at first DH wanted to wait until YDD was about 5 to TTC but i'm 27 and i didn't want to take the chance of it taking a long time again and i don't want to be pregnant in my 30s. thanks for reading and lots of baby dust to all!View Thread
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