I have read other peoples posts on the people around them being disappointed by the gender of someone elses baby.
It was our decision not to find out the gender of our baby until she was born. It frustrated us by all the people constantly asking "do you know what it is?" or "do you hope its a boy" etc.. When it turned out we had in fact had another DD people would say "are you gonna try for a boy?" or "are you gonna have any more".
My response to people asking if we knew what "it" was we were having, My response was always to look thoughtfully into the distance and say "hmm uh yeah they checked last time at the ultrasound to see what it was and they cant be sure, but they think it is a baby, but they aren't 100% sure". People always look at you really confused when you say that and it kinda gets your point across without being rude.
And my response to "Are you gonna have any more, or try for a boy?" will be "It would be nice to have a boy but no I think this is it for me cos pregnancy is really hard on my body and I dont think my body can handle any more babies." People have generally nodded and said oh ok thats fair enough with an approving look.
It got me thinking, how does everyone else respond to other people gender disappointment and obsession on knowing someone elses baby gender..