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Dreams of baby's gender??
kd0erj posted:
Ok, so I read somewhere that alot of women dream of their babies gender during their pregnancy, and about 60% of the time it's accurate at predicting...

I keep dreaming both ways, and I KNOW there is only one in there. I do dream more of having a boy than a girl, but I'm just wondering from those of you out there who know what you're having if you had dreams of this, and were they accurate??

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charissahill responded:
ive been having dreams that im having a boy. i will find out in one week. i hope my dreams are accurate (-;
ME (20) DH (26). Expecting our LO 11/26/11. Hoping for a Boy.
Ihgirl1066 replied to charissahill's response:
This pregnancy and last i had one dream of my baby before the ultrasound, both times dreampt it was a boy. Last time it was true this time it wasnt.
Me (Jessica, 27) DH 32, DS 1, 2 cats, 1 dog, EDD Baby 2 9-28-11(pink Team)
missashley1010 responded:
I had dreams it was a girl up until the night of my 20 week ultrasound, i had an intense dream he was a boy and his name was Kaden. so the next day when they said boy at the ultrasound i only felt it was right for his name to be Kaden :)
kd0erj replied to missashley1010's response:
;) very cool. I find out in 2 weeks...seems so far away still!
missashley1010 replied to kd0erj's response:
it was :) dont worrie it will be here before you know it! excited to see what your having :)
charissahill responded:
my dreams were accurate! its a Boy! (-;
ME (20) DH (26). Expecting our LO 11/26/11. Hoping for a Boy.
missashley1010 replied to charissahill's response:
Congrats!!!! welcome to team BLUE!!!!

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