I definitely know how that goes. We did most of our house hunting during my first trimester. We've been dealing with trying to get a bank-owned house and it's been a major hassle. Thankfully, we should be closing this week!When our second baby was born we were in a two bedroom apartment. It wasn't nearly as difficult as I'd thought it was going to be. My son slept with us in our bedroom for the first couple of months and then I moved him into his crib in the room he shared with our daughter. Luckily there was enough room for his crib, her toddler bed and a queen size bed. Their dressers were in the closet. I spent a lot of nights sleeping in the kids room because I like to co-sleep with my babies. Bath time was fun because my daughter insisted on taking a bath with her brother. Until he could sit up I put his baby bath tub in the big tub and they played. Having to share a room and taking baths together really helped strengthen their bond. With little ones, space isn't really an issue. They'll be all over each other and in each other's things anyway! Of course, if your husband isn't ready for another one there isn't a whole lot you can do. My husband and I were on the same page when it came to planning our family. He's got a sister who is almost 5 years younger than he is and they weren't close until they were adults. He didn't want that for our kids and since we knew I was going to be a SAHM anyway we figured we might as well have them 18-24 months apart so they'd be close and we'd be out of the baby stage sooner. And now, even though I still want another baby after this one (due in Dec.), and even though I adore babies, I'm anxious to be able to go on real family vacations and things like that. If you can't or don't want to get pregnant any time soon but still have those feelings you just have to find something else to focus on. Take up a new hobby, take a mommy & baby class with your son, just do more to enjoy the family you've got right now and when the time is right you'll have another baby.