My easiest transition

For some reason going from #1 to #2 was the easiest transition for me. I am pregnant with #9 so I've had many pregnancies. I'm not sure why it was easier to go from 1 to 2, seems like it would be harder the more you have but it wasn't like that for me.

9Michelle FritchBellevue, Nebraska
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9Michelle Fritch
It wasn't too difficult going from #2 to #3 I was already adapted to having 2 kids so bringing on another one wasn't too hard, I liked going from #1 to #2 the best because it was only two kids and I was already use to having a baby. It's got easier the more kids I've had now though, #3 to #4 seemed like it was harder because I had more kids but after #4 it seemed like it was nothing for me again. Weird how that works.
    7Kimberly Acord
    Going from 2 to three children wasn't really that hard. Three to four wasn't really that difficult either. Now, when I was pregnant with my Jaiden, who was number 5, I had numerous meltdowns thinking about it. I believe it was also just because there was a lot in my life that was falling apart right at that time. My grandpa had just passed away, and I had a large health scare, which made the thought a little more insurmountable. However, when I married my husband and brought two more into the equation, that wasn't that big of a deal either. Although we get some looks when we go out, and people tend to make comments.
    About Michelle Fritch
    Current: Bellevue, Nebraska
    Birth: February 16
    On since: Dec 31, 2013
    My name is Michelle Fritch. I have been married to my husband Tim for 16 years and together we have nine children, Tim has four older children from a previous marriage totaling 13 children for him. Tim is a Railroad Engineer and I am a Stay At Home Mom.