Post # 17
i was counting down the days until my u/s to find out gender!!! and it was right. a boy! i think it is easier for them to mix up and think a girl is a girl when really a boy, because they might not see the penis. but not the other way around because if they see it there it has gotta be a boy…
Post # 18
I guy who I work with and his wife had a baby in May and were told the whole time it would be a girl (Lily!), but it turned out to be a boy (Matthew!). I didn’t realize that kind of thing could happen, but apparently it’s not uncommon–we decided to be on team green after hearing about it, just in case!
Post # 19
Man, I’m glad we’re going with gender-neutral nursery colors (leaning toward turquoise and light green) even though we’re going to find out the sex at our ultrasound. So at least the room will be ready if there’s a mistake!
Post # 20
I think I’d have a hard time not knowing the sex of my first child – I just feel I’d want to be prepared….that being said, I’m a big fan of gender-neutral colors for baby accessories so that way future children have use for them…more cost effective! On a related note, I was supposed to be a boy…”Zachary.” I was a girl. Shocking!