I want to know, i want to know NOW.<br><br>
I was supposed to have the ultrasound in about 2 weeks, but the hospital is backed up because the radiologist took a week of vacation, so I will not be able to have it until DECEMBER 7!!!!!! Thats a month from now!!!!!! I am going crazy with anticipation, but I guess the good thing is that by then it should be pretty darn clear whether it is boy #3 or girl #1 for us. I plan to do a lot of christmas shopping and decorating in the meantime to pass this month more quickly.
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<div style="font-style:italic;">We're not doing US but I don't want to know either way. With my dd the doc let it slip and I felt so robbed.</div>
that is AWFUL!!!!!! I would have lost it!
Two weeks from today, we are figuring out. Someone is gaining a roommate in this house and I don't think they want to figure out when I bring the little one home (even if the baby will be sleeping in our room for the first month or so). If it was not for that, I would not be figuring out. I did not with the twins or my younger son.
I had to answer this one after the incidence I had the other night that allowed me to see what we were having.<br><br>
His lil' pee-pee showed up *very* clearly on the u/s.<br><br>
My 1st wouldn't show for either of her u/s. We found out with my 2nd at his 2nd u/s. For all of my pregnancies, I knew what we were having as soon as I saw the 2nd pink line. Some kind of mother's instinct.<br><br>
It's really neat not knowing for sure what you're having, and to have people, including your hubby bet you on what sex it is. But, on the other hand, it's nice calling the baby by gender or by name.<br><br>
My little 3 year old will stay my little girl forever now, and my sons will be 20 months apart. Shame to think my 14 month old son has to grow up so fast though...
We are waiting and are very excited about it. However, I have a feeling it is a boy (as I did last time), my mom is leaning the same way. Dh's family has thoughts that it is a girl, however I believe that this is just their warped mental attitude that you have to have a perfect pair coming out. And I swear if it is a boy and anyone makes a comment about it being a dissapointment I will slap them!!!
It's a boy! I sorta had a feeling it was even though I didn't have a STRONG intuition about it. I realized though when I wasn't surprised to find out that it was a boy - yet would have been if it had been a girl - that my intuition was stronger than I thought. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
I voted "It's a girl" even though the tech didn't actually say either way. He just said, "I don't see anything sticking out down there, but sometimes the cord is in the way"<br><br>
My sis and I were betting on a girl, so I think that he didn't want to come right out and tell us and I didn't ask. My heart definitely says girl, though.