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I am on Team Green. I like the surpise but I swear I saw that I am having a boy when I went to my u/s.
You are new to the board- gender announcing the very common on here.
I had my big ultrasound two weeks ago and was adamant about not knowing the gender. It was weird knowing the tech knew, but myself and DH didn't.
I like keeping the surprise going until the end of the pregnancy.
I am ! I cant wait.
My husband and I are not finding out the sex either. It is really funny how many people are giving us a tough time about not finding out. ?It is amazing how people just don't understand. ??
Everyone is very shocked that my dd and I do not want to know, we are awaiting the BIG surprise at the end. Of course dad must know and everyone expects him to tell them, rofl, but I don't see that happening, too much chance they'd accidentally let me in on it. I plan to take an envelope and a paper with check boxes for the tech, dd and I will look the other way while they try to figure it out! Then I can let him open it later if he really must. Of course I have time till I have to worry about being spoiled, being only 13 weeks.
We are finding out- I figure it's either a surprise at the ultrasound or a surprise at the birth and for me, I'm sure there will be puh-lenty of surprises at the birth lol.... this is just my opinion but I feel like I can really bond more with the baby if we can call it by name before-hand.
But good luck to you all- I hope you don't accidentally find out at your US but that I DO!!!
SWBs Wifey:I don't want to, but DH does... :-(
Same here. I love the idea of an old fashioned surprised. But DH is really upset about calling the baby "it". (I just randomly alternate between "he" and "she" when talking about Baby Bean, but that's not good enough for DH.)
He also thinks that knowing the sex will some how magically resolve our name deadlock. Sigh.
we were not going to find out. and now that my big u/s is scheduled DH is totally changing his mind on me. one day he says no i dont want to know i will wait with you, then he says yes i do want to know...its scheduled for april 6th so we'll see what happens or how many times he will change his mind by then =
we have already told the whole family that we are not finding out and i was really looking forward to having my surprise baby.