Yeah, we're finding out. Honestly, it was a let down to us to wait. I thought the moment of "It's a girl" would be much more powerful, and instead... it's just wasn't! So, for us, we much prefer to find out early.
Ahhh ok. Well, with DD I had no 'it's a girl' moment at all. No one said anything. I couldn't see. That was more of a let-down. I know they TOLD us she was a girl but I still wanted to hear once someone SAW it. Because it was a DNA test I never saw anything before.
Yeah, no one has ever said, "It's a ..." at any of the other births... and I did ask, "Is it still a ...?" When they were born. But it didn't really bother me.
I think since it did feel like a let down for you when you did it the "other way" you will likely find this way very exciting.
Yes, it's totally worth it in my opinion. I really enjoyed being team green last time. I actually enjoyed everyone guessing and gasping over how could I possibly wait more than wanting to find out. It was so fun!! I also loved the excitement during labor...just added another element to how psyched I was to meet my new baby. I think you'll be super happy to have waited later on.
TEAM GREEN! TEAM GREEN! TEAM GREEN! GOOOOOOOO TEAM GREEN!!!!
It seems like we are few and far between. I did have an "it's a girl moment" with DD, and it was AWESOME! Also, with DD we didn't have a boy's name picked out. Or even a short list. So I wouldn't worry about that. This time, we actually have a first name for both (although I'm still not sure) but considering I hate almost all boy's names - having a potential is a freakin' miracle.
The only reason I'm a little nervous not knowing this time, is 'cause I know DH really wants a boy. I know he will love either, but he talks about it a lot. And comes up with stupid reasons why this must be a boy. For example, his friend has a boy, and they are due the same time as us and just found out it's a girl - therefore we must also be having the "opposite". Umm.. seriously? I told him he has to stop talking about it so much, cause I don't feel it's fair to the baby!
Anyways - enough of that rambling. WOOO TEAM GREEN!
Still TEAM GREEN here Heather! I fould it very hard to keep the surprise when all The May girls were finding out but I pulled through. I kept thinking of how awesome it will be at the birth and how I can still go out and buy both gender baby clothes! I love to tell people we did not find out because it just kills them,lol
I am having a hard time finding a boys name as well and still don't have a girls name but found a few I like.