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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Just wanted to say that even if I didn't want to find out today, the 3 white lines was pretty obvious, so I would've known anyway!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Just wanted to say that even if I didn't want to find out today, the 3 white lines was pretty obvious, so I would've known anyway!
    Congratulations!!

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    For both my kids, DH found out and I didn't. I had no desire at all to find out and he's not the kind of guy whoould just have to tell someone so it worked fine. For DD he couldnt be at the scan so they wrote it down and I gave it to him when he got back. He'd deliberately switch between he and she so if he slipped up it wouldn't matter. For this bub we will both find out, I still don't want to but it'll help getting things ready and to get DS and DD used to the idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ck2b View Post
    For both my kids, DH found out and I didn't. I had no desire at all to find out and he's not the kind of guy whoould just have to tell someone so it worked fine. For DD he couldnt be at the scan so they wrote it down and I gave it to him when he got back. He'd deliberately switch between he and she so if he slipped up it wouldn't matter. For this bub we will both find out, I still don't want to but it'll help getting things ready and to get DS and DD used to the idea.
    DP wouldnt be able to control himself....!

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    We are going to find out.. but not tell anyone else. I've had a really rough pregnancy so far and have struggled to enjoy it. I'm a bit over everyone else enjoying out news and their excitement.. when i'm too sick to feel that way. I think knowing who is in there may help me enjoy and bond more with baby and not telling anyone else will make me feel like i can be excited about something they can't just yet. Very selfish reasons. Lol.


 

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