Its a boy!! I was shocked and I dont know why I would have been shocked if it said girl though too. My son will have a little brother to grow up with they will only be 20 months apart. I am so happy but now the name game starts this should be interesting.
thank you! Hubby and I are planning on 3 as well I said if this was a girl we would wait till birth to find out but now im just going to have to find out lol. I wish I was patient enough to wait till birth but Im such a planner! Plus naming is one big problem between me and my SO so I wanted to make sure we argued over the right gender and not both of them oy what a nightmare! How far along are you?
Well im the same way too so will be trying very very hard to wait till then.We already have a boy and a girl so i think i would be easier to wait.I told my husband he gets to name the 3rd one(providing i approve ) since i pretty much picked our 2nd one names.My mama on the other hand is begging me to find out the gender because gender neutral clothes are "boring" according to her. We will see if i actually stick it out.
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