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Mom to 6 with #7 on the way Sept 2014
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I think, though, that my reasoning for "wanting" a girl is that I already feel we have a girl waiting to come into our family. We've had some Twilight Zone type experiences that lead me to believe this will be a girl, just like I had weird experiences before pg with Mace and I knew he'd be a boy. This time, my dh and I both, on different occasions, heard a little girl say "mommy" or "daddy" (depending on who was hearing it :LOL ) near us when no one else was even in the room with us. This happened a couple months ago..so I'm going to wonder until s/he comes out!
C ~ mama to (16), (13), (9) (5)
Here as mama to W (2/04), R (5/06), D (7/09), and J (12/9/12!), co-parenting with my DH
I WOH part-time, am a doula & childbirth educator, home/unschool, and hope we are nearing the center of chaos
lacysmommy- we'll be going through the whole circ issue again ourselves if it's a boy, the result wasn't so great last time.
"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." ~ Sir Winston Churchill
Originally Posted by alfabetsoup
It's not so much that I don't care, but that I can't decide.
We couldn't decide for a while. Either gender seemed awesome. After I learned about timing sex for increasing chances of gender selection, I felt a little frustrated that I learned. I felt that it would be hard to just leave it up to chance. (I know that I am probably wrong). It seems odd that I agonized over it for quite a while, since either would be lovely.
"A computer once beat me at chess, but it was no match for me at kick boxing." ~ Emo Philips
Me, DH, DS1, DS2, November 2012 , July 2013 , March 2014
Waiting on my SunshineBaby