I am prego with # 3 and the first 2 pregnancies, I found out the gender via u/s..this time, I did the u/s but had the tech call my mom to tell her the gender (I did not see or nor was I told what the gender is). She is throwing me a 'Gender Revel Party' this Sunday. Im so excited to know if Im having a boy or girl...I already have one of each
Anyone else had one of these parties?
Me (29) DH (27) 4 fur babies - DS born 7/31/11 - 2nd baby due 7/20/12!! 11 days before DS 1st birthday! :) PINK TEAM!!
What a cool idea! I've heard of when the parents (you and your husband) know and reveal it to their guests at the party, but never when they were the ones finding out! That sounds like it'll be great! I can't wait to be a few more weeks along to see what mine is!
This is my second. I have a feeling that it's a boy, and I feel completely different with this pregnancy than I did during my first, which was a girl. So fingers crossed! We will be fine with either one, but are hoping for a boy!
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