Me and my husband were talking about this yesterday while we were TTC and during early pregnancy i knew i definitely wanted to keep it a surprise but now i'm not too sure. I still think i will though because i really want the surprise of not knowing and the thrill of hearing the words "It's a ..." but i'm wavering a little. I don't know whether i'll be able to contain my impatience when i have my scan. Also i want to know every little thing about this baby so i don't know.... I really want the surprise tho argh!! lol.
So Tuesday is my gender scan and hubs and I talked last night and he reluctantly came over to team yellow. He just doesn't think he could keep it from me or anyone else. He still wants to know but I just can't see myself finding out.
Aw, well done for getting dh on the same page. My dh is being a bit of a pain at the min and isn't really being interested in anything to do with the baby. Just keeps saying he's not going to worry about that yet. Urgh.
i am yellow all the way its just so hard shoppin once u bought all the white things u possibly can there is only pink or blue left! so frustratin! be worth it in the end tho your going to know for the rest of your life weather if boy or girl why not have fun guessin for now xx
We didn't find out last time and I really loved having the surprise. We have gone back and forth a bit this time round but my scan is tomorrow and I think we have made a final decision to stay team yellow. I would prefer to keep the anticipation and the magic of finding out on the day.
We're team ! And to be honest, if it only relied on me, we wouldn't be. We're a family of 5 though, and we decided we all have equal say. So we took a vote and it was 4 against 1! Everyone else wanted to wait! And I'm not opposed to waiting at all, so I fell in with everyone else. We were also team with our first baby, and it was absolutely awesome. Nothing compares to that moment at birth when they announce "It's a Girl/Boy"! So totally worth waiting. I didn't have that with my 2nd or 3rd and in some respects I feel like I missed out on that special moment with them.
Unfortunately, I find that in the 10 years since then, things have changed. With my firstborn, there were loads of gender-neutral clothes. Now, even the white clothing has a pink butterfly or green dinosaur on it!! Makes it very difficult!
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