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    Default Did you Gender Guess correctly?

    With my first child, I knew as soon as I found out I was pregnant, that it was a boy. I just knew it. At the scan, I told the sonographer it would be a boy, there was not Question about it, and she was laughing at the conviction in my assumption, not so much when I was right. She even asked if I'd had a scan prior to find out!

    This time, I feel it's another boy. I don't feel 'as strongly' about it, maybe I'm becoming more cautious in my old age LOL.

    Have you guessed your genders right each time?
    Why did you pick that gender?


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    Default Re: Did you Gender Guess correctly?

    I picked it the first 2 times. I was absolutely certain from the day I pee'd on the stick that DS2 was going to be another boy.

    This time I was wrong, we'd tried gender swaying and everything pointed to a girl (timed dtd, different symptoms from first 2pregnancies etc) but I was wrong, we're expecting baby boy #3.

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    Default Did you Gender Guess correctly?

    With my first I was the same as you, I "felt" it was a boy and I was not surprised at all when he was born and hubby said "you were right!"

    This one I am not to sure.... Lol. No strong feelings and maybe cautious like you! I do think girl but maybe it is because I have a boy already. Either way doesn't matter at all as DS will be an awesome big brother to his sister or brother.

    Are you finding out OP?

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    Yes I will be finding out. I'm a control freak, I have to know what to expect LOL

    Maybe I'm being cautious also because this pregnancy has been so different. I have had extreme sickness and tiredness and so everyone says a girl, but I just don't 'feel' it's a girl. I sway closer to boy again.

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    Default Did you Gender Guess correctly?

    I can't remember with my first as that was almost 9 years ago but with #2 as soon as I peed on that stick I felt boy. I had dreams about him and they were so real. We found out at 16 weeks that we were indeed expecting a boy and yes he was born a boy. With this one the feeling didn't come as quickly but about 12 weeks I just became more and more attracted to pink things even painting my nails pink - something I wouldn't usually do! So when we went for our gender scan again at 16 weeks I was certain they would say girl. Again I was right! A further 2 scans have also confirmed girl. I told DH that if we ever had a 4th we can skip finding out at the scan as I will already know

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    Nope! With DD I was right. I was completely positive this one was a girl and it's a boy.

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    Default Did you Gender Guess correctly?

    Yep! I had a feeling from day 1 it was a boy. Such a strong feeling too. I must admit though around Christmas people kept telling me things that kind I'd swayed me to "we'll maybe it IS a girl" but my intuition still said boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlipFlop View Post
    I told DH that if we ever had a 4th we can skip finding out at the scan as I will already know
    hahaha, mother knows best after all!

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    Yup from the first scan I had boy vibe. My hubby and mother felt it even before that

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    Default Re: Did you Gender Guess correctly?

    Nope. I had no idea either way with dd. I knew ds was a boy. I thought this bub was a boy but apparently she's a girl. Not that I'm fussed either way

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