I'm due March 29, its our first and after being married over 11 years, a little anxious about EVERYTHING! We're not going to find out if we're having a boy or girl so its going to be a suprise. Anyone else out there waiting to find out?
We are due March 25 2013! Super excited as well. TTC for a little under a year but couldnt be happier!! I have a 3yr old daughter and she doesnt understand much about it but Im sure she will be just as happy since she is a sweetheart!! We are going to find out what we are having only because we did with our first baby and I like to be prepared! Good Luck to you! Started the first week of my fifth month today and couldnt be more excited!!
I am due March 14 I have known I was having a girl since I was 3 months along. My doctor is a proponent of Ultrasounds so I get one every trip. She asked if I wanted to know and I couldnt stop myself. I HAVE to know whether to buy pink or blue It's PINK btw. TTC for 4 LONG years for this LO. I have a 4 year old son who has decided he will be the one who will have to take care of the baby and couldnt be happier! lol
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