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I was actually pretty surprised, I just thought this time would be a girl! My husband is ecstatic and I'm pretty excited now, too. Any advice or words of wisdom for having two boys?
*** BFP #3 12.29.13 - angel baby at 8w2d - D&C 1.31.14 ***
KJKNAJ:No advice, I have 2 girls! But congratulations
Congrats!! I love having 2 boys - all baby stuff reused and no learning curve for diaper changes/etc.
enjoylife:Congrats!! How was your gender reveal party? So far having 2 boys doesn't seem to be any different than the other stories I hear IRL or from the bump relating to sibsets. There is the nice aspect of the handmedown clothing but J gets plenty of his own clothes too since they are slightly off in seasons when younger but now starting to slow down. Right now I'm the only girl in a houseful of boys, dog and fish included and told my H all future pets shall be female, lol.
I look forward to rooming the boys together and watching them bond with H. I have seen a few blogs and such about mommy/son date nights and think that would be fun once they are school age.
I think the biggest boy difference in general may be the whole PTing thing. A is newly potty trained for about a month, yay! But now he thinks he can pee standing up like DH and I'm not sure how to teach him too the right way without getting urine everywhere.... We now compromise with sitting backwards on the toilet to pee on Cheerios.