So, let me start by saying that I never had a gender preference with this baby. My first, I wanted a boy because I always just assumed that my first would be a boy, but I'd have been okay with a girl too. I ended up having a boy. Now with this pregnancy, I never even thought about it because I just KNEW that I was having a boy. Everybody told me it was a girl and I told them all it was a boy. We had our gender scan and I was right. I felt a little bad because OH thought it was a girl and I know that he's always wanted one. But when he found out it was a boy, he had the typical male response and began celebrating that his boys could play sports together. I don't think he ever had much preference, as he know I've always wanted to adopt and we're young, so having another biological child is also not out of the question. I was raised with 8 brothers. I'm used to being the only female and it never bothered me much. If anything, I may be intimidated and afraid I wouldn't know what to do with a girl. However, 2 members of my OH's family are currently pregnant and due in October, so they're now finding out what they're having. They both have one boy already and are now expecting a girl. My MIL and SIL, and other assorted family members feel the need to remind me that I am having another boy. They'll say things like "One of each, isn't that perfect?" And I swear my MIL said at least 10 times "Did you hear ______ is having a girl now?" Yes, I did, and I'm happy for her if she is happy. Or my favorite... "I'm sure you'll have a girl someday. But I wouldn't try too many times, you don't want to end up with a house full of boys." I'm 20 years old and I'm not even obligated to have another child. I really wasn't phased by it, but it's been a long week of them feeling sorry for me and happy for the other 2, and it's starting to pxss me off more than anything. Both of my pregnancies were unplanned, and I know if I ever try to get pregnant, it's going to take forever(because that's how life is), so frankly I'm just happy that I have a baby on the way at all. And as for the the "house full of boys" comment, I have to say that all the little girls in the family are nightmares, unlinke the boys, who tend to be more calm and respectful. It doesn't help that I've felt like nobody is excited about this pregnancy like they were about the last one, and now it's like I know why. If I hear about it one more time, I just might lose my cool. I appreciate your time, if you read all of that.