What I'm in two minds about is having another one NOW. Mainly it's concern about having less time for Jo Ern. I already carried her much less during pregnancy. I'd miss having one focal point for my attentions. We lugged her to Singapore, to Phuket, to Hanoi, countless times up Genting and it was fun seeing her reactions to new situations. If I were younger, I'd wait another year or so. Jo Ern would certainly provide enough entertainment and challenge for that long!
But my biological clock is ticking and I'm thankful for the fact that I WILL have another one. Jo Ern came along only after 2+ years of trying. So now... Can close shop already! No more monitoring of basal temperatures, counting and double-checking fertile days, harassing hubby to be fit and available for duty (heh) at the right times, the hope and then despair that came with each failure.
And now as I count down to EDD next week, I'm pretty glad I will not be pregnant again. :) This second pregnancy was harder than the first. The first trimester was the worst - I was feeling out of sorts throughout and really had to drag myself to work every day. I'd literally retch when I thought of the office building/carpark/lift. That applied when I thought of my project room and team members too hehe. Yet I had to hide such weaknesses since I was with a new company and had to prove myself. Luckily things improved. And I didn't have carpal tunnel this time, which previously troubled me a lot.
One more major task left. Have to think of a name for baby #2!
While mummy talk talk talk, I oi-oi with Dog-jee and Oppers
(the duo formerly known as 'Gie' and 'Perh')