Have had the results for baby's sex since I was 11 wks along. They have it on file at the Dr.'s office, just waiting in case I want to know. Thing is, I can't make up my mind if I want to find out or not. I keep going back and forth. I never found out w/ the 1st two. On one hand, Its like ruining Xmas; but then again I would be able to buy stuff ahead of time and decorate. Anybody else undecided about finding out?
this is my first and I am not sure bc on one hand I want to know so I can prepare since family is trying to support me with good ole hand me downs but then I'd like it to be a surprise for the excitement. But I am anxious to pick names and get this made
Augh! Had just about decided I couldn't take it and that I should find out at the 20 wk ultrasound (in 2 wks) but then had a dream where the baby was coming out and I didn't know what the sex was and it was so exciting! Now I'm even more torn. Damn, nothing worse than indecision.
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