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I'm of the opposite opinion that it wasn't nearly as hard going from one to two as I thought it would be. My boys are 29 months apart and it worked well for me. My first ds was such a high needs baby, that although my second was in no way, shape, or form an "easy" baby, he was easier than my first.
I found that it kept me sane to keep on doing what I always did. If I stayed home I would go nuts, so we continued to go to our usual morning activities and visit friends, so we were out of the house four a couple hours nearly every morning.
I should note for the record that I have a dh who cooks, cleans, does laundry, etc, so I didn't have to handle all that stuff AND two kids on my own.