I had a very weird dream last night. I dreamt that the baby was born, but the sex was unclear. That it actually took a few days for the genitals to develop fully into one or the other after birth. I looked at the genitals and it was unclear. Then half a day later I looked again and it was a boy. Weird, right?! I had been reading about sex of baby and how as a fetus the genitals look the same for some time before they show properly. I guess this is where it came from. Welcome to bizzaro-world!
I had a wierd gender dream last night too. My scan is on Wed so i'm guessing it came from thinking about that, although its only a dating scan!! I saw the baby really darting around, as though it was pole dancing around The cord!! Was funny, can remember everyone laughing in the room, it kept darting from one side to the other, then it turned frontal and revealed all and sundry!! Litle nub for a boy on full clear view too lol.... But i'd like a girl this time for OH.... but aslong as its healthy a boy will be fine...xxx
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