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    Quote Originally Posted by MissFaery View Post
    Like you dream girl I want the surprise but sometimes I think knowing would b easier.
    Do you have any feelings as to what it may be?
    Anyone else not finding out the gender?
    I'm 5 weeks today! Yay :-)
    Off to GP tomorrow.
    Yay for being 5 weeks

    I was POSITIVE we were having a boy. I was so sure of it that when we went to Vegas in October, I went ahead and bought a whole bunch of boys clothing in Ralph Lauren, Baby Guess and Nautica as it was so cheap. My DH thought I was insane so he picked up a cute pink Baby Guess outfit for a girl as a just in case. My MIL was sure we were having a boy. My mum told us about all the little baby boy dreams she was having so we were for sure having a boy. Had a gender scan at 16 weeks and sure enough .. he was a SHE!

    I wish I had been able to do the surprise thing but I'm so OCD that I don't think I could have handled not being prepared. I have to be 200% prepared for whatever I do and having a baby especially! It fills me with anxiety to think about NOT knowing the s.e.x. of bubs

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    Default Graduates of TTC and not wanting to move #2

    I can't wait to find out what we're having. I've had a feeling it's a boy, but only time will tell. Only 7 weeks til we find out, providing bub cooperates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FirstTimeMummy2012 View Post
    Yay for being 5 weeks

    I was POSITIVE we were having a boy. I was so sure of it that when we went to Vegas in October, I went ahead and bought a whole bunch of boys clothing in Ralph Lauren, Baby Guess and Nautica as it was so cheap. My DH thought I was insane so he picked up a cute pink Baby Guess outfit for a girl as a just in case. My MIL was sure we were having a boy. My mum told us about all the little baby boy dreams she was having so we were for sure having a boy. Had a gender scan at 16 weeks and sure enough .. he was a SHE!

    I wish I had been able to do the surprise thing but I'm so OCD that I don't think I could have handled not being prepared. I have to be 200% prepared for whatever I do and having a baby especially! It fills me with anxiety to think about NOT knowing the s.e.x. of bubs
    Lol you sound like me with the OCD and anxiety of not knowing! I want to buy stuff now!!
    I was in America in April and bought heaps of baby stuff too. I'm certain were having a boy but i just want to know for sure!

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    First time mum.... That's hilarious! Don't you hate it when DH is right... You'll never hear the end of it ;-)

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    Default Graduates of TTC and not wanting to move #2

    I think it's funny lots of us initially thought boy. It will be interesting to see how many people's gut instinct is correct

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissFaery View Post
    First time mum.... That's hilarious! Don't you hate it when DH is right... You'll never hear the end of it ;-)
    Yes, he still goes on about it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissFaery View Post
    Like you dream girl I want the surprise but sometimes I think knowing would b easier.
    Do you have any feelings as to what it may be?
    Anyone else not finding out the gender?
    I'm 5 weeks today! Yay :-)
    Off to GP tomorrow.
    Yay for being 5 weeks good luck at the gp!!

    I'm so glad the holiday season is over!! I can't wait to find out what we are having my 3 yr old says one of each so one boy and one girl do I'm really hoping he is right I would live to have at least a girl considering I already have 2 boys! I had a feeling from the beginning that I'm having a girl now it's just waiting another 6-8 weeks to find out, hopefully at my next ob appointment she will be able to tell! Today I am feeling a little but of cramps it's really uncomfortable I'm going to put it down to everything stretching!!

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    I think when you have a toddler already, knowing the sex of the baby is very convenient, because it allows you to throw out/donate/keep/sort out all the baby clothes from your other child. Especially for those of us with OCD!
    Plus, I don't like gender-neutral colours like yellow or green. I love white, but white tends to have a short life-span with all the bodily fluids emitted!
    J.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FirstTimeMummy2012 View Post
    Yay for being 5 weeks

    I was POSITIVE we were having a boy. I was so sure of it that when we went to Vegas in October, I went ahead and bought a whole bunch of boys clothing in Ralph Lauren, Baby Guess and Nautica as it was so cheap. My DH thought I was insane so he picked up a cute pink Baby Guess outfit for a girl as a just in case. My MIL was sure we were having a boy. My mum told us about all the little baby boy dreams she was having so we were for sure having a boy. Had a gender scan at 16 weeks and sure enough .. he was a SHE! :yesu:

    I wish I had been able to do the surprise thing but I'm so OCD that I don't think I could have handled not being prepared. I have to be 200% prepared for whatever I do and having a baby especially! It fills me with anxiety to think about NOT knowing the s.e.x. of bubs
    Don't sell or give away those cute boys' clothes...put them in a box for your next baby!
    J.

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    Here's a question for those in their 2nd trimester...
    Who is using "anti-stretch mark" cream on their belly? I used the Mustela cream with Oscar (only because it was given to me, I don't usually believe in that sort of crap!). But...I did not get any stretch marks with Oscar. I don't think I have the skin type prone to them anyway, but given it may have worked, I have restarted. Don't want to be arrogant and tempt fate!
    I have no commercial interest in Mustela by the way!...But I did find it lovely to apply, and it didn't stain my clothes. I was given a Clarins oil too, but it was way too greasy.
    Just something to ponder.
    J x.


 

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