When is everyone finding out the gender of their little one? I'm going Sept 14, and I can't wait! I'm so sure this one is a girl, so I'm super curious to know if I'm right. I was right about baby #1 being a boy! ...but I guess it is a 50/50 shot :/ lol
After much umming and ahhing we have decided we won't be finding out the sex of this baby, we didn't with our other 3 and I think we'll stick to tradition as this is definitely our last. Have our 20 week scan on Oct 10th which is when we could find out though.
We will hopefully be finding out on the last week of this month. That's when our scan should be. Though technically we won't know until the first weekend in Oct. We are having the tech write the gender on a piece of paper and sealing it in an envelope. Then we'll give that to a baker and they will make a cake with the cake part blue for a boy or pink for a girl. We are having a party with family and friends and when we cut into the cake everyone will find out with us. I can't wait!
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