Date: 2016-04-19 10:59 am (UTC)
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Oh okay. Glad to hear you're not of the "But a boy can't sleep in his sister's purple room!/ A girl can't wear a blue onesie!" persuasion, like people I have known. They repainted the entire nursery, whole new set of everything. I don't think the newborn noticed, tbh.

I find it strange to think someone could be disappointed in their kid's sex, when what's done is done. I'd rather say "oh, a ---", as I did, and then cuddle the squishy thing and not worry about it not being a ---, just that it was healthy, than have found out a few months in, and possibly have frowned/ felt unhappy with something the kid could do nothing for, and I couldn't change.
I think finding out you're having 'your preferred sex' is great, lots of happy months ahead...but what if it's not? Finding out it's not, and then having sad thoughts at the bub inside you for so long, when you've not seen or met it...I dunno, seems unfair. Probably just me.
Each to their own, I guess. Hopefully the bub you see on the scan is the type you're hoping for, so you don't feel negative about it.
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