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    I had a really strong feeling that my bub was a boy.. right from the beginning. I never waivered. I just had a feeling, can't really explain it. everyone else thought girl, and I mean EVERYONE & turns out we are expecting a boy

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    I seriously thought I was having a girl, I think because in my DPs family, he is one of 3 boys and they could do with some girly-ness.
    But my family trait hit me...
    When I was buying clothes for bub I seemed to buy more male orientated clothing, as I thought "a girl can wear this, boys can't wear frills" little did I know both of my sisters had subconsciously bought their gender in clothes without realizing it.
    So team blue for me!

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    I was convinced from day one that DS was a boy so wasn't surprised when we were told boy at our scans.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MissRose1 View Post
    I was convinced from day one that DS was a boy so wasn't surprised when we were told boy at our scans.


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    Same as this!

    My obstetrician said that in his experience most mothers that are strongly convinced that they know their baby's gender are right.

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    With Ds1 I knew from the moment I found out I was pregnant he was a boy.
    Ds2 I wanted a girl but deep down I think I knew he was a boy.
    This time I think it's a girl but not sure if it's a gut feeling or the fact I really want a girl


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    I knew all along that my little man was a boy

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    i had a feeling with all three of mine that they were boys and i was right

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    Yep, knew she was a girl.

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    I thought both times I was having a girl, and was wrong both times!

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    I was sure I "knew" both with my ds and dd. Wrong on both counts


 

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