Everyone keeps asking me what I think Im having (boy or girl). I have no idea. They keep saying "what does your gut say". Well my gut rumbles, and is growing- but its not giving me any hints as to what Im having. Anyone else unsure? This pregnancy is very very different than with dd, but I think they are all different. I can't touch meat at all (normally I love it), and in fact I've had trouble eating much at all. Eating lots of potatoes, mac n cheese, pickles, cheese puffs.. which I dont normally eat much of. Anyone else in same boat? I wish I had a feeling, Im dieing to know!
I always said IDK honestly I thought it was a boy but I had my doubts just because I don't think anyone can just know lol turns out I'm having a girl, or so the ultrasound says lol My sister was told she's having a girl her whole pregnancy, by the ultrasound techs and had a boy lol
I too had nooo clue it kinda got on my nerves when people would ask over and over again what I "felt" like I was having im like first off iv never been pregnant and second I dont have gut feelings. Everyone said girl but they were wrong my little man will be here in october :)
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