Refusing to discuss boys names I am so sure we are having a girl!!!
Lmao at the convo with dh tonight ... I am 16wks we are not finding out the sex and already have a ds and dd - we would be happy with either ... I would love another boy but am totally convinced we are having a girl.
Discussing names with dh tonight he kept saying these are all girl names what about boys ... My response I've told you we are having a girl ... Lots of good old fashioned giggling going on.
So has anyone (without finding out the sex of baby) been right about what you thought you were having,
Ps ... I'm sure we will discuss boys names just in case lol
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15-07-2012 19:59 #1Senior Member
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Confidence is ...
15-07-2012 20:05 #2
I did find out the sex of my 4 daughters but knew every time they were girls. Was exactly the same and refused to discuss boys names because I knew they were girls lol..
Mothers instinct is usually right
15-07-2012 20:07 #3
I was 100% sure that we were having a boy, and we didn't find out until the birth. We did have a girls name but I spent a lot more time on the boys name!
My sister was sure she was having a boy and only decided on a boys name. They found out at 20 weeks that they were having a boy, and then before the birth, BIL had the name tattooed on him. Luckily they did have a boy, but that was pretty risky!
15-07-2012 20:11 #4Senior Member
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I was sure I was having a girl and had the name picked from the day I found out I was pregnant. We didn't have a boys name.... We suddenly had to come up with one really fast!!
15-07-2012 20:16 #5
Well, I did find out the sex of bub but before that I had always referred to my belly as 'he', had no interest in looking at girl clothes/anything girlie or discussing girl names. I just *knew* I was having a boy.
15-07-2012 20:29 #6
I knew I was having a boy...
My mum was so confident that i was a girl that she told dad that he could name me if I was a boy (he wanted a terrible name lol)
15-07-2012 20:44 #7Senior Member
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with ds i only looked at boys names. wasnt interested in looking through the girls section in the baby names book. didnt want to buy anything pink etc. this time im not so sure. i have one of each so dont mind either!
16-07-2012 10:56 #8three terrific kids
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For me it was a case of opposites. I thought I was having a girl, had a boy. Thought I was having a boy, had a girl
17-07-2012 14:19 #9
OT - I thought this thread was going to be about the name 'Confidence'.
17-07-2012 14:21 #10
Both times I knew I was having a boy. I knew before I fell pregnant with my second that I was going to have a boy.
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