Baby Fever!

Baby fever or a biological clock tick-tock ticking away? Oddly enough, men can feel these symptoms, too! And even those who already have children still get the urge or "hunger for another" as I like to call it. I remember experiencing around the time my son turned six months. I was thinking, "Wow, a half a year old already! Sheesh. The time just flew by." And upon packing his clothes he no longer fits into a way, the feeling became that much more intense. But it would come and go. And, now, him nearing nine months, the baby fever has come and will not leave.

When did you mommies feel that ache for a baby or for another?

http://healthland.time.com/2011/09/06/baby-fever-…

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Melissa MiddletonPennington Gap, Virginia
    09/29/14
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    09/29/14
    Melissa Middleton
    My hubby wants more but wants to be "financially ready." I believe no one ever is though.
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    09/29/14
    Melissa Middleton
    I know! That's the way I see it, but he needs convincing. Lol He worries too much, really.
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      8Theresa Gould
      I had baby fever soon after my little ones were born because I would be thinking about the next child. Our last child is the exception. I really did not get it.
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        09/29/14
        Melissa Middleton
        I did not want more the first week Jonah was born but it did come later.
        I would not mind having eight kids though. I love kids, and I love being a mom.
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          09/29/14
          Baby fever hit me at about age 24-25 and I didn't have Tristen until I was 35! It was not fun! lol
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          09/29/14
          Melissa Middleton
          I did not have my son until I was 31 going on 32. I had to settle for my nieces and nephews. It is not fun, I know.
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          09/29/14
          It isn't but I am glad that I had my kids later :-)
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          10/01/14
          Melissa Middleton
          I already am but the hubby needs to as well. I am looking for an at home job so I can say, "See, no need to worry!" He worries about financial problems even though we are doing fine. I think he will always worry.
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          About Melissa Middleton
          Current: Pennington Gap, Virginia
          Birth: April 13
          On Moms.com since: Mar 21, 2014
          Mother of an active son, a precious baby girl, & a diva step-daughter (who lives with us). I am an artist, baker, organic gardener, frugal liver, & a Christian--happily married to my best-friend. Blogger at www.chasingwildhorses.com