I didn't find out with DS. I was excited to find out when he was born, but it wasn't as cool as I was hoping because he was a C/S and there was no big "It's a boy!" announcement or anything, I just happened to hear the doctor say to one of the nurses, "Oh, she thought it was a girl." I'm torn with this one. I'd love to have the big "It's a ______!" moment, but I'd also love to have a name picked out for sure, maybe get some stuff embroidered with the name, and I know DS is dying to know.
In theory I'd like to not know this time around, but it's just not going to happen that way. I didn't find out with my last and it was such an awesome moment! My husband had known the whole time but I didn't know that he knew - he had gotten the info from my doc's office but told me that he didn't. He's a heck of a secret-keeper, but he wouldn't be able to pull that off again.
When my son was born, my doc knew I didn't know, and at the moment my babe was born he said to everyone in the room, "Shhhh, she doesn't know." Quiet fell over the room, and after several long seconds of me just getting over the fact that I had evaded a Csection after a very long and hard labor, I finally pulled it together to see my son and said, "It's a boy" through emotional tears. I'll never forget it.