5th pregnancy and pregnant with twins!

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I dont really even know where to start with my story but here we go. I am married to my first love we have been together since the age of 17. I am now 29 and have always wanted a big family, on our 3rd date I told him I wanted to be a stay at home wife and have lots of children and he just nodded and agreed. His mother told him not to worry as I didnt even have 1 child yet she was convinced I would change my mind. But now we have a 5 year old a 3 year old and a 1 year old. I told my husband I would like one more baby he didnt really want a fourth but he agreed just to make me happy. Last month we found out I was pregnant and at our 8 week ultrasound found out it was twins! This has been the hardest time in our marriage at the moment with everything going through our heads. I feel so guilty feeling all this negativity to having twins because I tried for this pregnancy and I got blessed with not one but two babies but right now I just dont know how I am going to cope with 5 children 5 and under. Sorry for this massive story about my life but i needed to get it off my chest. Please dont judge I just wanted a big family.

3 thoughts on “5th pregnancy and pregnant with twins!

  1. Anonymous says:

    You will have your hands full but it will be worth it in the end. If you want a big family you’ve done it then right way by getting the baby stage out the way all in one go!

  2. Anonymous says:

    By having them close it means you will get your life back roughly at the same time! If theyre spread out you have to start all over again. Youre doing it the right way definitely!

  3. Anonymous says:

    You can do this, you are alot stronger than you think! I was 16 when I fell pregnant with my daughter and was a single mum for the first 2 years. I then got back together with my daughters father and fell pregnant with identical triplet boys and I couldnt beleive it but just had to get on with it as I had no choice. It was the hardest year of my life and I am so proud of getting through it. My triplets are now turning 5 this year and its all like a distant memory and wouldnt change aanything for the world.

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