We are not finding out. My husband always wants to find out, but I get the heavier vote :) We did not find out w/ dd1 & that was fun since she was our first & I did not want a lot of gendered nb clothing, etc. Were hoping for a boy and totally did not care at her birth. Were thrilled that she was a girl, it felt so perfect to me. With dd2 we did find out. Again, wanted a boy, just had to know! It was a shock for dh, but it instantly bonded me to dd2. Did not help for picking out names, still had none going into her birth. This time, we are not finding out. That is my vote again. Everything about this baby has been a surprise, I'd like to keep it that way. Plus, again, we would *really* like a boy (this is most likely our last bio kid) and, idk about dh, but I would have negative feelings if I found out it was a girl. I do NOT want that to happen & at the birth I absolutely will not care, I will be so happy that it won't matter. I don't want negative feelings towards my unborn & I am enjoying the little mystery. We have three girl names picked out this time (a miracle!), so that's taken care of. Most of our family likes it when we don't find out b/c they think the surprise is fun, too. The comment I hear the most is, "Good for you, that is more exciting."
I am actually worried that somehow we will see the private parts and know ahead of time. I DO NOT WANT TO KNOW! That makes me actually want to NOT get an anatomy scan, but I have been having a deep feeling that I really really should get one, so I will be.
A few of the clothing companies have been using grey for their gender neutral newborn clothes for the past few years. Excuse me, but what? I don't want to put my baby, esp a baby girl, in grey. What happened to yellow and green and orange?