I was really unsure about finding out, but glad we did! It's exciting either way, but so much easier to buy stuff now we know!
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13-12-2015 22:23 #81Senior Member
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13-12-2015 23:48 #82
We didn't find out for our first. I liked not knowing and played in my head how it would be with the excitement of finding out at the birth. Unfortunately, I ended up having to be under GA for the c-section due to complications and have no recollection of being told I had a boy. So I never really had the excitement of 'finding out', it just..was. For this reason I sort of want to find out this time round, incase similar happens and I don't get that exciting moment at birth. I'm not sure yet.
14-12-2015 11:50 #83
We found out with all 3, no way we could contain ourselves that long No regrets at all. I also found once I knew for sure what sex they were that I gave them a name and bonded with them more. Not saying those that left it a surprise didn't bond with their belly babies but for me, it made a huge difference.
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