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    Hi there, my sweet cakey!

    First of all, it is great to hear that you and your DH feel that you might be really to ttc early next year! That is really exciting!

    I always wanted one of each, so I can't say I really relate, but from reading the responses above, I can understand why you might feel that way. And besides, your DD is sooooooooo incredibly cute; I don't blame you!

    The only "weird" thing is that you think one of each is "boring". That made me laugh!

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    I really hope this baby is another boy. I know all about boys, and nothing about girls. Plus if i had a girl I would no longer be the princess of the house

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    I really hope this baby is another boy. I know all about boys, and nothing about girls. Plus if i had a girl I would no longer be the princess of the house
    Ugh - Yes, that does suck. She's a real princess though, so I don't mind most days, haha.

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    I don't want a daughter ever, if I had one I would get over it but I was so relieved when I found out ds was to be a boy.
    The reasons are stupid but I can't stand the squeaky voices. I NEVER want to deal with the bit@:yness of girls

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    I've got a boy and would love to have another boy. Can't really explain why but I just like the idea of being a Mum to boys only. I've always felt like that even prior to becoming pregnant with DS.

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    when preg with DD2 i thought i wanted a boy so id have one of each but as soon as i found out it was a girl i felt relieved. like id subconsciously wanted another girl all along.

    we want a 3rd and id not be disappointed in the slightest to have 3 girls

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    I only ever wanted boy(s). Glad I have my perfect, handsome little man. He'll get so much support and opportunities throughout life.

    It's a far better world for boys/men.

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    I know i will be upset if this baby is another girl. I want a boy so bad. With dd i thought it was a boy but i wasnt dissapointed but i really want to give dh a son but in saying that i want dd to have a sister maybe one day but ive already got my girl so im happy

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    Quote Originally Posted by daysta112 View Post
    I don't want a daughter ever, if I had one I would get over it but I was so relieved when I found out ds was to be a boy.
    The reasons are stupid but I can't stand the squeaky voices. I NEVER want to deal with the bit@:yness of girls
    This made me laugh out loud, I have a DD who i adore more than anything in this world but I find myself getting annoiyed at her sqeaky voice sometimes. Yesterday I had my two nephews and DD with me and she would talk over the boys with the sqeaky voice although cute it does get on your nerves. I would never tell her that though I wouldn't want her to stop talking or to be upset. I really don't care what I have next but i can totally see your reasons, don't feel bad i think it is completely normal.

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    I wanted boys but had 2 girls and now i am really happy i had 2 girls, to the point where i'm scared if i ttc a third i will have a boy when i quite like having all one sex and feel comftable with girls. Although i'd still be thrilled to have a son.
    I get what you mean about one of each being 'boring' i kind of feel that way too, i don't know why but all girls or all boys seems better to me. Which is strange as i used to want one of each Oh how feelings can change.


 

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