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    Yup. Three lines. So my vote is girl!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coop8818 View Post
    I've been getting told stories of 3 lines and people still having boys which has freaked me out haha.
    We all definitely thought girl just wanted some unbiased opinions
    Already started shopping cos I have a problem lol so just being extra cautious I guess after my little splurge lol
    Oh really?
    EEK!
    I've only bought a special little blanket so far.
    That's all I'm planning to buy this side of Christmas BUT I have told everybody I'm expecting a girl and we've named her too.
    HAHA
    It'll be funny is she's a he after all

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    Haha how funny, after posting in this thread earlier, I found out a friend of mine has just had her baby this morning- she was told at all her scans it was definitely a girl.... she gave birth to a boy!

    He + Me = dd1 (July 2007), dd2 (July 2010), dd3 (August 2012), dd4 (May 2014)
    Embrace the chaos

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    oh Lil miss that's my biggest fear. Being told one gender and then having the other.
    I definitely want sure fire proof with gender scans specifically to make sure of the sex even though everyone is 100% confident except me haha

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    Oh no!
    Now I have the fear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    Oh no!
    Now I have the fear!
    Haha. I shouldn't really be too concerned, will get everything from my nephew if bub does end up being a boy but I'm getting more and more excited for my princess. Seems too perfect as I have a DS though so cant help but worry

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    Yeah I have two boys and this is my last baby, absolutely thrilled to experience having a daughter. But even if it's a surprise boy, I won't be heartbroken.
    Even the thought of it is more funny than upsetting

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    I'd say girl, my boys noodle was very very pronounced, I could tell he was a boy when the tech was measuring his leg bones, she confirmed it for me then as there was no point waiting til the end of the scan after his show haha


 

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