I need a little advice. But, first here a little back ground been married to a wonderful man for 11 yrs we have one girl and two boys. I can't help but to feel a little bit greedy to want one more. I grow up in the same format that my kids are in now. I have always wanted a sister and do not want to see my daughter feeling to same emptyness. I have the IUD in and I am going to school online. My plan is to start trying more harder when I am done next year in October with school. Ok my husband was for it now he has done a one eighty ( I can change his mind) and lesson on the idea just a little bit. After we had our three child I was going to get my tubes tied he no maybe we should try for one more in time. I am going to have to have a surgery to fix my Pelvic Organ Prolapse. If I did the surgery first and then try and have a babe I would have to do the surgery all over again. And then on the other hand surgery, tubes tied and baby all at one time. Thanks for advice baby dust to all. My name is Frances for short Im a mother three, two boys and girls. I have been married for ten years and are ready for our last little angel.View Thread
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