That freaked me out too. I would be absolutely GUTTED if my little boy turned out to be a girl. It's be the same if I thought I was having a girl and she turned out to be a boy too. I've just bonded with my son as a he now. I have been told at 3 different scans that he's a boy though so really hoping he is xxx
I know what you mean ladies, I honestly didnt mind either way if i had a boy or a girl, but since i've been told by 3 different sonographers that i'm having a girl I think i'd be slightly upset if they were all wrong. Dont get me wrong though, i'd still be over the moon with a little boy, i'd just be stunned!! I have a potty shot (somewhere), will try to upload it xx
That thread freaked me out too! Obviously, the most important thing to me is having a healthy baby. But I've just really connected with this baby thinking she's a girl, if that makes any sense.
Anyway, although there have been maybe a couple posts about being told the wrong gender, 99% of the babies born seem to reflect what was revealed on the 20 week scan. I'm sure there's a small margin of error, but I think ultrasounds are very accurate today. I was told girl twice - once at 20 weeks, then again at 24 weeks during a private scan. Here's hoping!
I have definitely been shocked, what with modern technology, at all the stories I have been hearing lately about boys turned girls. I never thought that was possible...I was under the impression that girls can turn out to be boys, but not the other way. Given the simple fact that there's either a penis, or there isn't.
And I am a tiny bit worried that, what with all the boys clothes we have (and all the girls stuff I've donated) , they'll say "It's a girl!" When he's born. Not that I would love her any less than him, but it would be a shock. One I don't really want, just because I want to be prepared.
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