Am I a bad mom for hoping the ultrasound was wrong?My husband and I have a BEAUTIFUL SMART LOVELY little girl who is our entire world! His family is even mixed of boys and girls however my family has only had 1 boy born in almost 30 years!!! And of the people to be "the chosen" one is my sister whom lives a sinful life and I am so jealous God can bless her with a boy and not myself and husband who love eachother and want a balanced family. We had our 19 week ultrasuond and the women was in training. Her instructor did come and briefly say yep its a girl before the tech rushed her to leave because the machine needed to be worked on. We did not see the 3 lines nor turtle because baby had their knees squeezed very tight together. I know its probably wishful thinking they are wrong but what do you think looking at the pics we got? We have state medicad and they will not being doing another ultrasound so this is it until baby is born I dont know how to add pictures help?View Thread
I am now 25 weeks and feel sad that this is eating me up so badly. I will love this baby unconditionally no matter what but would feel like I won the lottery if they say boy! My husband or close friends and family do not know how i feel. I need to talk to someone though because I cant stop thinking about this View Thread
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