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    Quote Originally Posted by Mettie View Post
    I heard of an awesome way to surprise yourself - and it's just the right time of year...

    Ask the us tech to write down the gender and pop it in a sealed envelope

    Go to a dept store and pick two outfits (same price) one blue, one pink, and ask the cashier to open the envelope, charge you and gift wrap the appropriate outfit while you turn your back.

    Open your gift on christmas morning and... Surprise!
    That sounds like a lovely idea, but I know that Dh won't be able to wait until then, as he is already excited that I now want to find out after 30 weeks of refusing to!

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    I found out the sex for the first time ever, this pregnancy (no4) and it wasn't as great as I thought it would be. If I were you i would wait, you've held out this long and as you'd know the surprise at birth is amazing. IMO

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    Thanks himherandhe, it is so hard to decided what to do. I guess you know the feeling after 3 boys. I just want to bond with this baby a little more now and not continue the next 9 weeks wondering if it is another boy or my first girl. I feel like I will be able to relax more knowing what it is, rather than wondering or hoping etc.


 

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