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Mom to James ( 5/2006), Claire ( 6/2008), furry kitties Calvin and Bob, and wife to Dennis.
When I had my first baby, I was positive that it was a girl. I KNEW deep in my gut that it was a girl. I even had dreams about her, named her, told people "I don't need to know! I already do!"...............
Unfortunately my SON had all HIS giblets right out for display!
I cried when I found it he was a boy. I cried for days. I didn't get excited at all. At that point it was just, oh, gee I'm having a baby!
But, boy, I will tell you, the minute I pulled that baby up to my chest after the longest, worst labor I think I'll ever go through, it was pure love!!!!!!!
And I've been in love with him ever since!!!!
It'll be fine momma!
We're having a girl. I really had hoped for another boy, as did DH. I am worried about somehow not getting as excited since this isn't what I had wished for. My gut had told me we were having a boy. So much for my intuition. Any suggestions on how to get excited when the sex of your baby is not what you had hoped for?
My boy is ALL boy (first word was "truck") and my girl is ALL girl (loves dolls and dresses). This despite for a year dh staying home while I worked as a fisheries biologist. But as I mentioned before Jack and Eileen are best friends. I can't believe sometimes how great they get along and play together for hours. They just balance each other out and make each other try things that they would never normally think to do alone.
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