It's another boy :) We're very happy about it, except my 13 yr. old daughter would have liked a little sister. I'm 27 weeks now and look like I swallowed a soccer ball...lol. I have to do my glucose test later this week and I am not looking forward to it :(
Hi there! Wow, it has been a while since I have been on this post...ITs been about 4 months now! So how many months is your son now?
I feed my daughter at 7 pm last, put her down at 7 30 and now (only recently) she sleeps through the night until 6 am, when I feed her for the first time in the morning ;)
She keeps me very busy!
I'm hoping for another boy...lol. I have both already and boys are way easier :) Besides, I now have a ton of boy stuff that I could use if this one is a boy. Although, a girl would be fine too. As long as its healthy, I'll be happy.
Keep me updated on whether you decide to try for another one. If you need any more tests, I have tons :)
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