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    Haha - I said I'd come back to this thread, too, when I found out.

    This time for the week before we found out all my intuition was screaming `BOY!!!' at me, and I wouldn't let myself listen, I was so sure that DP and I were only ever going to have all girls. It was all we ever talked about - I didn't realise how much I'd convinced myself that it was going to be that way.

    I had five dreams (including the night before the scan) that I was having a boy, and I just wouldn't listen to myself.

    I am having a boy.

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    Yes - I wanted a girls so I knew that we would have a boy.

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    both times from when i was bout 10wks i told my family i knew i was having girls...i wanted a boy with either and thought maybe if i thought hard enough i might get a boy but no..both girls

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    Yep, i had a feeling from day one that it was a boy, called him he, named him and everything, i was right.

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    No for my first. Didn't get my hopes up for different gender with second and was very happy with another girl (I knew what to do with them ) and with 3rd I kept telling myself a girl would be easier, though probably hoped for a boy. Pregnancy was a bit different, so that made me wonder.... so a boy was a bonus. I didn't want to know sex before birth either. Needed some surprise at the end!

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    I was convinced I was having a girl.....Dad wasn't.....should have listened to Dad. He's been right with all 9 grandchildren.

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    I don't no whether it was a gut feeling or me just hoping that bub was a boy, not that it would have bothered me to have another girl,(but this way i don't have to have anymore i have my pair)

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    DH decided early on in my pregnancy with DD that she should be a girl, and my 'feeling' kicked in a little later and agreed with him - we were both right! The same thing happened with DS, DH knew very early on that he would be a boy, and my 'feeling' agreed with him - again we were right.

    This time we are both thinking 'girl' again, but we don't know yet

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    My first one I thought boy and it was a girl..

    This time I have no feelings but when I have dreamt about the baby it has always been a boy.

    I have consistenly guessed every single one of my friends babies genders WRONG! (except for 1). So maybe this one is another girl!

    So really I wouldnt have a clue.. 8 weeks til we find out!

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    YES

    From the moment I knew I was preggers I could feel in my bones it was a boy!! EVERYONE...including my DH thought a girl......I stuck to my ground & was right. The feeling was so strong I will bet my life that the next is a boy too!!

    Danni


 

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