It's weird, I've really wanted another girl but I swear this is a boy and I wouldn't want it any other way. I can't even picture a girl in the equation at this moment.
My dd keeps saying she's having a baby brother too. We haven't said anything to her about my feeling. We keep talking to her about how we'll love the baby so much no matter what it is because it'll be our baby. She agrees, but really wants a brother. This is also weird b/c for the past year she's been talking about wanting a sister.
This will be fun to look at when we all find out~ See who was right!!!
I would love a little sister for Dd, but of course a baby brother would be just as fun. Plus this will be my last, and I want to use all Dd's baby clothes (they were so cute)!!! and we have a great girl name... but can't agree on a boy name
But i can't stop thinking it's totally a boy. can't wait to find out for sure!
I *think* I might be having a girl, but then again, maybe I think this way so that there will be someone to pass DD's pretty dresses to! DD is very sure from the beginning that she is having a baby brother, so we'll see. I cant wait to find out!
"And when our baby stirs and struggles to be born it compels humility: what we began is now its own." Margaret Mead
DH swears it's got to be a girl for some reason. He's only taken a guess once before with our 2nd DS and was right. So maybe I should listen to him.
DS1 won't guess. I tink he got spoiled when we found out the sex last time and now he's just waiting for that.
DD changes back and forth all the time. One seconds it's a baby brother, then next it's a baby sister. So who knows.
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With my other 3 I was totally positive of the sex, but I was wrong every time lol
I have the feeling that this is a boy. But the pregnancy is so different form my son, I wonder if it is a girl. With ds, I only thew up twice, and I had a sinus infection then. With this pregnancy, I have thrown up every day for weeks. Now that we have names for both sexes that we love, we just want a healthy baby.
One thing is for sure, with all the craziness about there being twins and then one twin gone (the woman who I believe is reincarnated in my child was an identical twin) from this pregnancy, I can't be surprised by anything anymore!
Hope that craziness made some sense . . .
And yet, when I mentioned that to my DH last night, he looked surprised. He must be thinking girl, and he hasn't been wrong yet.
I'll just be so happy to see this baby in March. We have boy and girl baby clothes so we're prepared either way.
I know dh would love to have a boy. I'd like to have a boy just so the pressure's off. Ultimately, we'd like even numbers of boys and girls, but at least one of each. Last time I had no idea whether it was a boy or girl. I'd actually rather be thinking that, so I don't have an attachment to a particular gender before the birth.
Guess it'll be an interesting six months or so!
I never had even one second of morning sickness with either of my girls! None this time, either!
I never really had strong feelings with my first. My second we chose not to find out the sex and I felt very strongly the whole time that she was a girl (and so did dd1!) This time dd1 thinks it's a boy. I don't have any strong feelings, though I'm leaning maybe more towards boy.
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Jill, mama to three fiery girlies and a sweet baby boy: Grace, 11.30.2005, Ayla, 3.22.2008, Norah 9.5.09, Reed 8.19.11 & dfs Gage 2.29.12 x4