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Wants another baby

Ok, long story short, me and my ex-fiance did not work out, of 3 years but in the mist of all this we had a child, DD is now 14 months, when we were together the plan was to haVe 3 kids.  Well I do want to haVe one more, i would like for DD to haVe a sibling close in age,  and I dont think the rite person will come along anytime soon.  I got a 15yr old son also, am i being selfish, should i accept what i do haVe and just be happy.  At one point i considered a sperm bank.  Just would like to hear some feed back.  NegatiVe or PositiVe
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1194973 tn?1385503904
I suppose it would be what you think you could handle seeing as you would be a single parent. (At least this is what I get from what you've posted) Could you manage two young children and be able to support them, and would it make things more difficult for yourself? (Or for your children) If you feel that you would be able to handle it and manage without struggle then do what would make you happy.
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283175 tn?1295537265
Your not being selfish at all.I have a 17 year old,and for 17 years he was an only child.ive now got a 8 month old,and im the same wanted another for my youngest to grow up with,it was hard for my eldest to grow up as an only child.I think its lovely to have a sibling to grow up with,hence now im 10 weeks pregnant.you must do what makes you happy,if you think you can cope then why not.
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