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I swore I was having a boy but when I went to the doctor yesterday they told me i'm having a girl! I am on cloud 9 knowing that my father will have the granddaughter he's been wanting for a long time! just had to share! Any other mommies find out what they are having?
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I am 35 weeks with a girl. I also thought i was preg with a boy bc this preg is exactly like when i was preg with my son. Thought it would be dif bc ao many people say its one way with a girl and another with a boy so i am here to tell you that just bc you have one sex or the other doesnt mean u will look or feel a certain way. I am also extremely excited! We wanted a boy at first mainly bc it is my husbands first child so he wanted a boy and i couldnt ever see me having a girl. But now he is so excited to be getting a daddys girl and i work in a day care and have always liked the girls best so dont know why i couldnt picture myself having one. Im going to go so broke! I want to buy everything! Lol cant wait to dress her and do her hair
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Congratulations! Girls are so much fun and the clothes oh my! When I found out I was having a girl 4 years ago my DH was in shock we have a son together and he has two sons from previous marriage.  I am hoping to become pregnant again and would like a boy, from my son because my family is all girls :)
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