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Posted by on Oct. 8, 2012 at 11:44 PM
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How many rooms do you have in your home? How do you have the children set up as far as sleeping arrangements?
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Rain2Rinse
by Representative on Oct. 8, 2012 at 11:47 PM
Pfffft, everyone knows they are curious, too! Lol
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Rain2Rinse
by Representative on Oct. 8, 2012 at 11:48 PM
I have crazy baby fever right now! I just thought to myself, I wonder what it would take to convince dh to have 8 babies. O_o
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JustThe10ofUs
by Rose on Oct. 8, 2012 at 11:52 PM
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We have 6 bedrooms.  The boys (17 & 15) each have their own rooms.  Then our DDs are paired up.  Our 10 & 6 yos share a room, our 4 & 3 yos share a room, and our twins share a room. If our girls had their way they would all share one room. lol They are very close.    

We lost our daughter Rebecca when she was 3 months old...jic you're doing the math.  She was born with t-18 in 2004.

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JustThe10ofUs
by Rose on Oct. 8, 2012 at 11:55 PM

DH and I didn't plan to have a big family...in fact when we met we were both DONE.  hahaha!  My boys are from my first marriage.  He has two boys from his first marriage.  Our DDs are ours together.  So counting everyone...there are 11 children.  ;)

Quoting Rain2Rinse:

I have crazy baby fever right now! I just thought to myself, I wonder what it would take to convince dh to have 8 babies. O_o


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Rain2Rinse
by Representative on Oct. 8, 2012 at 11:55 PM
I'm sorry to hear about your daughter :(

Is it complete chaos in your house all of the time?


Quoting JustThe10ofUs:

We have 6 bedrooms.  The boys (17 & 15) each have their own rooms.  Then our DDs are paired up.  Our 10 & 6 yos share a room, our 4 & 3 yos share a room, and our twins share a room. If our girls had their way they would all share one room. lol They are very close.    

We lost our daughter Rebecca when she was 3 months old...jic you're doing the math.  She was born with t-18 in 2004.

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JustThe10ofUs
by Rose on Oct. 8, 2012 at 11:57 PM

It's controlled chaos.  lol  I had my act together better before the twins were born.  This past year has been a wild ride.  Its getting easier though.  =)

Quoting Rain2Rinse:

I'm sorry to hear about your daughter :(

Is it complete chaos in your house all of the time?


Quoting JustThe10ofUs:

We have 6 bedrooms.  The boys (17 & 15) each have their own rooms.  Then our DDs are paired up.  Our 10 & 6 yos share a room, our 4 & 3 yos share a room, and our twins share a room. If our girls had their way they would all share one room. lol They are very close.    

We lost our daughter Rebecca when she was 3 months old...jic you're doing the math.  She was born with t-18 in 2004.


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Slayton723
by on Oct. 9, 2012 at 12:01 AM
I'm sorry for your loss :( it's awesome your kids are so close though!
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JustThe10ofUs
by Rose on Oct. 9, 2012 at 12:07 AM
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I have happy memories of Rebecca...she was a very special baby.  Being her mommy changed my life forever. 

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I'm sorry for your loss :( it's awesome your kids are so close though!


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Slayton723
by on Oct. 9, 2012 at 12:14 AM
T-18 is a chromosone disorder right? Sorry I ask so many questions.


Quoting JustThe10ofUs:

I have happy memories of Rebecca...she was a very special baby.  Being her mommy changed my life forever. 

Quoting Slayton723:

I'm sorry for your loss :( it's awesome your kids are so close though!



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JustThe10ofUs
by Rose on Oct. 9, 2012 at 12:30 AM

Yes, its a terminal chromosomal disorder.  My pregnancy was normal...easy even. She was born fullterm on her due date.  We thought that we were delivering a healthy baby....we had no clue anything was wrong until she was born.  It was quite a shock...I'd never even heard of trisomy 18 before that day.  

Quoting Slayton723:

T-18 is a chromosone disorder right? Sorry I ask so many questions.


Quoting JustThe10ofUs:

I have happy memories of Rebecca...she was a very special baby.  Being her mommy changed my life forever. 

Quoting Slayton723:

I'm sorry for your loss :( it's awesome your kids are so close though!




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