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yes we hope baby will cooperate the 17th and let us find out the sex. it would help my husband feel closer knowing what the baby will be and help us narrow down a gender to start working on names! Kasey
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Report This| Share this:Helloyes we hope baby will cooperate the 17th and let us find out the sex. it would help my husband feel closer knowing what the baby will be and help us narrow down a gender to start working on names! <br />Kasey
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