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    So as we are getting further along and so close to finding out. I'm a little late with this question for some...I think we have two ladies possibly finding out today. I was wondering is your original gender guess the same or have you changed and how "solid" are you feeling on your guess?

    I'm so very excited that we are reaching this milestone. IME it seems to go so fast once I hit the halfway point.
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    AFM, dare I say it...I might be jinxing myself...but I'm having a girl feeling for this one. I think it's more of a "feeling" this time than a comparison of symptoms but after DS2 I dont' really trust myself either way.

    I had a boy "feeling" for DS1 and was correct. We found out with him and I went into the u/s not really knowing, of course, but would have really been surprised if they told me he was a girl. With DS2 I didn't really have a feeling so much but thought he was a girl. The pregnancies were fairly similar but had a few differences that just made me think he was a girl. Also our next door neighbors have a DS1 who is 6 months younger than my DS1 and we were pregnant together with our second child. She was due 5 weeks behind me and found out early on they were having a girl. This may have somewhat affected my thought too just b/c of our similarities. So, DS2 was really a surprise at birth b/c we waited and I had been leaning toward girl...but he is all boy.

    Ultimately I will be happy either way. My prayer has been for the Dear Lord to bless us with the best fit, personality and gender wise, for our family. I would feel bad for my little girl to always long for a sister or feel "odd person out" so if it is best for our family to be boys then so be it.
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    I am still desperately hoping for a girl! I've never been one to "feel" about gender either way. But I am sort of feeling girl this time, based on my symptoms. I have way more acne than I ever did with my boys. I am smaller than I was with my boys (and my boys were huge, my DD was average). I am afraid though that since I want it to be a girl so badly maybe I am just wishful thinking???

    Only 3 days until our ultrasound!!!!!!!!!!!!

    If it turns out to be a boy I will admittedly be a little disappointed, but after a few days I'll feel better. I have no shame admitting that since it was the same with DS2. I cried when I found out he was a boy, but I love my little dude so much it doesn't matter
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    I've had boy vibes my whole pregnancy until the last few weeks, I've been calling baby "she" without thinking. I really don't have a preference either way. A boy would be great for my DS but another little girl would also be so great (especially because I could justify spending a little more on DD's clothes and whatnots haha!).
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    I kind of have ably feeling still, but I've been right 1/3 of the time sooooo, it's probably a girl, lol. Hey, if I'm right I'll end with being right 50% of the time. If I'm wrong, I'm only right 25% of the time, but don't tell dh either of those odds.
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    im still feeling girl, with DS i felt boy the hold time and had dreams before finding out it was a boy this time around no dreams but this pregnancy is def very different than DS
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    I don't really feel one way or the other gender wise either. I never have. All of my pregnancies have had differences and similarities, and nothing ever "stands out" one way or the other. If I were to have a "logical" guess I would say this one is a girl, simply because my DH and I clearly have a tendency to make girls. BUT, since the last one was a boy, perhaps we have "switched genders" and we will now make boys for awhile. I have seen it a lot in large families where they have a fairly equal number of both boys and girls, but it is not uncommon to have a run or 3 or 4 same gender in a row. So with that in mind, I'm holding out hope for a boy. That being said, I have absolutely no clue what this baby is!!
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    I am still leaning toward boy but I have absolutely nothing to corroborate this feeling being that this is my first. My friends are starting to take bets and the vast majority of them say boy. I don't get to find out until the first week in February, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pollo_la View Post
    I don't really feel one way or the other gender wise either. I never have. All of my pregnancies have had differences and similarities, and nothing ever "stands out" one way or the other. If I were to have a "logical" guess I would say this one is a girl, simply because my DH and I clearly have a tendency to make girls. BUT, since the last one was a boy, perhaps we have "switched genders" and we will now make boys for awhile. I have seen it a lot in large families where they have a fairly equal number of both boys and girls, but it is not uncommon to have a run or 3 or 4 same gender in a row. So with that in mind, I'm holding out hope for a boy. That being said, I have absolutely no clue what this baby is!!
    My Grandmother had 12 kids. She had 8 boys until she had three girls and ended with a boy. So she definitely had hers in groups!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Momma Leah View Post
    My Grandmother had 12 kids. She had 8 boys until she had three girls and ended with a boy. So she definitely had hers in groups!
    That's awesome Leah. Thanks for giving me continued hope that I have a boy in there this time!
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