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    Default Nub experts... I'd love to hear your opinions!

    12w3days, these are a few shots of my beautiful baby from the NT scan, what do you think, Boy or Girl? Are these pics any good to have a guess at the gender? I'd really appreciate any feedback
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    looks 100% boy to me

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    boy

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    I agree with boy

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    i think boy too! but nubs are usually read on the side.... it has to do with the angle, but that it pertruding out very far

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    Boy!

    ***Happy to be a Mummy & Daddy of ONE! :-) ***

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    Oh! I'd so love a boy! Thank you for having a guess!

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    I'd say boy too


 

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