I think we are. I'd like to find out, but my husband really wants it to be a surprise. We'll see if he changes his mind, but he seems pretty passionate about a surprise and I don't feel the urge to know enough to tell him he can't have it.
We didn't find out with our first, and it was so nice. I found birth pretty traumatic and didn't get that big rush of love that I was expecting straight away, so finding out the sex at the birth was a really nice moment and I'm so glad that we did it.
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