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    Mine was correct, thankfully . I had nightmares it would be a girl in the end!

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    Correct both times here

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    Both were correct.

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    Both were right.,

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    They were right with my DD. second bub on the way and they say another girl so we will wait and see.

    My nephew who is now 4 weeks old was meant to be a niece! Poor mum didn't realize until Dad told her as bub was taken quickly to NICU. SIL had the full baby shower and had even picked and announced the name for her expected baby girl. She dealt with the shock so well!

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    Two girls and both times the tech was right

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    We were told a boy, and I've had a feeling all along that it was a boy, but we only got to see a quick flash of his boy bits on the screen because he was so wiggly. I'm paranoid he'll come out a girl and we will only have boy clothes and no names picked

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    Correct both times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    My first was incorrect- I was told I was having a girl and had a boy. Yes it was a complete and utter shock! We never bothered asking with my second....
    Omg! And I'm guessing that you had prepared for a girl and had everything ready for a "she"! What did you do with all the girly stuff?

    Mine was right with my girl, with DS I didn't find out the sex.

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    Right with DD. hopefully right with this one too!!

    Friends of ours were told girl and out popped a boy!!!


 

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