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    Hey ladies. Just wondering, did your emotions while you were pregnant with a girl apposed to a boy differentiate? Were u more cranky with one gender? Were u more loving or cuddly etc ?

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    I have had three boys and one girl. I definitely felt more emotional/hormonal with DD than the boys, and I felt very feminine too, which I don't normally. I also craved sweet things, which was different to my previous three pregnancies.

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    I should add.....I never believed pregnancies to really be an indicator as to what sex baby I was carrying; until I experienced it myself. All of my pregnancies were a bit different to the last, but DDs was stand out different.

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    Thanks LlamaMa

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    I was/am def more crabby and tired with the boys, but they have been much harder pgs than my DD. I craved the same thing with all of them - coke and savory foods.

    So for me it isn't really the gender that influences my emotions but how hard the pg is.

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    Interesting the moods thanks

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    I can't say I have personally experienced it but my friends who carried girls all seemed far more moody and easily irritated, hormonal etc and the two of us that carried boys did say we felt it mellowed us out a bit? Don't know if that helps.

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    I was way moodier, more irritable hormonal with DD I had to keep to myself most of the pregnancy.... im lucky DF didn't leave I was horrible! With DS I was crusiy lol
    Puts DF off having another one

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    Much more emotional with DS

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    DH reckons I was more emotional with DD


 

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