I found out with both the sex with both DS1 and DS2, I had to know. I'm really not patient, with DS1 I found out at 19 weeks and DS2 I found out at 16 weeks. If we get our BFP I'm going to try to wait till about 28 weeks.
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12-11-2013 21:16 #815Senior Member
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Michelle, so sorry to hear about your loss
for roll call I am 26 and DH is 28, gee it sounds scary, last I checked I was 18!
12-11-2013 21:53 #816
Oh wish you're the same as me. Mrs Claus
I think a lot of us are mid 20s then
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13-11-2013 00:18 #817
I plan on not finding out...I didn't with dd or our angel. I just love the surprise after all that hard work pushing them out!! And even though we didn't know the sex we were still super organised. After dd was born we got to go shopping and buy some girly things which was nice too! I don't think I'll ever find out haha. My work mate was told her bub was a girl and ended up having a boy. She was so shocked they had everything pink and girly and had been calling him there girls name the whole pregnancy!
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13-11-2013 00:55 #818
Meli I agree with you...the midwife said to my sister, it's very interesting to see the reactions of the parents when they don't know the sex vs knowing because when they say to the parents 'come on, only a few more pushes until you find out if you're having a boy or girl...it really motivates the Mum to go hard'. I have heard of the scan being wrong with the sex too. That would be SO confusing and shocking at the birth LOL.
Lovely ladies...I don't understand how you can be that much more organised by knowing the sex. When you are having a baby, you will naturally be planning to get everything for 'it'... If you buy all gender specific and then have the opposite sex second, then won't you have to re buy a heap of stuff again?? Besides, as Meli said...you can go buy gender specific a few weeks after then birth anyway.
I agree with the impatience thing, but the organisation thing has me a little stumped!? (I'm ready for the firing line now )
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13-11-2013 07:20 #819
Everything I have is gender neutral. I rather those colours anyway, the light greens, light yellows, browns and creams ( and some oranges) I'm not into pink for girl and blue for boy myself but i never have been.
I will find out like I said previously but I'll be super happy regardless of gender there are pros and cons for both and so long as I see ten tiny fingers and ten tiny toes then that's all I need.
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