I know this is a strange question, but I am 13 weeks. Sometimes I really want a girl and sometimes I really want a boy. My husband wants a boy really badly, but he let it slip the other day that he kinda wanted a girl. I feel like it is going to take forever to find out. I go back in May I guess for a check-up, but I wanted to know the main differences between having little girls and little boys. I know basic differences, but this is our first child and I feel so unprepared.
It seems so strange that nearly everyone is having a boy. The last 3 babies born in my family were boys...I was pregnant with twins and unfortunately lost them and they were girls though. My best friend just found out she is having a boy. Im 12 weeks pregnant and cant wait to find out!
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