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<p>Newly pregnant with a sweet little very anticipated little bean.</p>
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<p>We've had several losses and have been trying on and off for the last billion years.. Okay, since my kidlet was 3.</p>
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<p>But I have a good feeling about this one.  I'm excited about all the changes in everything out there.  More knowledge, cool baby stuff (the changes in diapering alone are mind boggling), the growing I've done, the husband I have (my son's father and I broke up before the baby was even born).  Everything is so different!</p>
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<p>MDC was my stomping grounds for a number of years but somehow, I just got away from it.  But here I am, newly knocked up and very excited!</p>
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<p>So, yeah.  Here I am. :D</p>
 

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<p>Welcome and here's some sticky baby dust for you <img alt="dust.gif" src="http://files.mothering.com/images/smilies/dust.gif">.</p>
 

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<p>Congratulations!</p>
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<p>How do you think your son is going to react to a new sibling? My two kids are 6 years apart and my son is so sweet and protective with his sister. I liked having one in school during the day so I had a lot of 1-1 time with the new baby.</p>
 

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<div class="quote-block">Originally Posted by <strong>Tamera</strong> <a href="/community/forum/thread/1287188/new-in-these-parts-well-sorta#post_16137353"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/community/img/forum/go_quote.gif" style="border:0px solid;"></a><br><br><p>Congratulations!</p>
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<p>How do you think your son is going to react to a new sibling? My two kids are 6 years apart and my son is so sweet and protective with his sister. I liked having one in school during the day so I had a lot of 1-1 time with the new baby.</p>
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Well, he really wants a sibling (last time a friend had a new baby he cried because he was upset we didn't have another child).  But, he is a total mama's boy.  I know he's going to be jealous.</p>
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<p>We homeschool so, well, it'll be interesting.</p>
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<p>Marsh will be 11 when the new baby is here.  As rough as the "I've always been an only child" thing will be, with all our trying and all our losses I think it will help everyone feel extra blessed.  Plus, he'll still be the only child/grandchild in his dad's family.</p>
 
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