Has anyone been told at there ultrasound that they were having a girl and then you ended up with a boy???
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I saw your posts on another topic - but thought since this post was alot smaller - it would be easier to talk to you here!! I have a 12 week old son, I would love to answer any questions you have. Do you have msn? My address is [email protected]
Marti, NSW, Baby Boy born on 17th July 2003
Please don't get yourself stressed over the sex of your baby, i'm certain the u/s will be right it was in my case. I have heard them to be wrong but in most of those cases the person doing the u/s can see very clearly & takes a guess. If you have another u/s ask again & see how sure they are then. Nerevertheless stress is never a good thing, just concentrate on the health of you and baby. I know how hard the money thing can be though, I moved up here from Melb leaving all my family & friends to marry my husband, soon after he lost his job and i couldn't work because i was at a high risk of losing my baby. Now that my baby is nearly one i'm trying to get a job but i don't want to put her in day-care, and there are just no jobs out there for home mums. All we can do is keep our chins up and be good parents, i think no matter how young you are you can be a good mum if you work at it.
Good luck !
I guess if the little one does end up surprising you with the gender, you may be able to buy some clothes dye and re colour some of the clothes and bedding, or maybe you could sell/swap some of the things if you needed to.
Kath SA ~*~ Baby girl due 11th May 2004 gasp)
At my 20 wek ultrasound we were told there was an 80% chance we were having a boy then only 4 weeks ago we were told we were having a girl so i really am confused and am not sure though i do not have any girls clothes because all my friends who have had bubs have all been boys so i have a lot of boys clothing and accessories but no cute little pink gear though i am too scared to get any because our family history is mainly all boys!!!
Narelle, Eilish 5th june 2002 TTC since dec 2002
Sharon, 24, Qld, 2 boys 3 & 5, girl 1.
We didn't ask the sex of our baby. It wasn't immediately obvious (as some people's can be) and we were happy to wait. I'm getting heaps of clothes from my sister (two boys and a girl) but she has only given me neutral stuff so far and will send another load once we know what it is (not sure where I'll put it all - I'm already out of space!). I've told her that I don't really care about my child wearing the "wrong" colour anyway especially if we're just at home. I probably wouldn't put a boy in a pink outfit to go out in but at home - who cares?
Mum to Caitlin & Owain
Best wishes to all the ladies later in their pregnancy all the best through summer, and have a lovely christmas.