as much as i would have loved a girl, i am just as happy with another boy thank you!! no names yet. our 2 boys names start with a "J", but i think we're going to steer away from the "J" this time. it gets confusing when trying to correct them when acting up! lol! and my husbands name also starts with a "J"...too many j's!View Thread
Finally!! Tomorrow is my big U/S day, feels like it took forever!! Obviously a healthy baby is number 1, but I have been praying for a little girl! This is baby #3 (and the last) and I already have 2 boys. I think I look like I am carrying the same, but I have felt completely different than I did with the boys! With the boys I never got sick, only felt quesy when I was hungry. This time I have gotten sick several times and was quesy up until about 16 weeks. I know I find out tomorrow, but has anyone ever experienced someting like this and found out they were having a girl?View Thread
Hello!!! My big U/S date is 5/5 and I cannot wait!! My due date is Sept. 6th and I would LOVE a little gir!! I already have 2 boys and love them soo much, but I would just love a daughter!! I look like I'm carrying the same, but I have felt completely different this time compared to when I was prego with the boys. I was never sick with the boys and I have felt terrible most of this pregnancy! I'm hoping the differences means it's a girl, but we'll see in just over a week! I CAN'T WAIT View Thread
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