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View Poll Results: What gender is little baby?
Boy 18 54.55%
Girl 15 45.45%
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post #41 of 52 Old 09-28-2009, 03:46 PM Thread Starter
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Actually they don't stink until they start eating baby food and
go on whole milk.

And a newborn does not actually cry that much. just when they are
hungry or sick. But also some crying is good (ask your pediatrition)
and you will learn to tell the difference between hungry crying and crying from pain.

Also they had a recall on infant tylenol products. last week.
Oh I know that. But thanks again for the info :)

thats kinda scary about the recall stuff.


CR.. we didn't want to know, but when it was time for the ultrasound we decided to know. Well the baby played a lovely little magic trick on us so we're just not sure.

Hubby and I both think its a boy though
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post #42 of 52 Old 09-28-2009, 03:50 PM
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LOL go figure! little stinker! I think it would be so hard not knowing what i was having! I would want to make sure I have the correct boy/girl clothes, decorations etc for it when it arrives LOL I still have quite a ways yet before I will find out what we are having but I can't wait to find out! Hope you have a fast and safe delivery :)
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post #43 of 52 Old 09-28-2009, 04:06 PM
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CR with my first child I found out (because I was like you, I just had to know) my husband didn't and I had to keep it a secert from him! It was super tough, but it was so nice knowing what I was going to have.
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FGR LOL yes that would be very hard to keep from hubby! I mean I understand the joy and excitement finding out whent eh baby is born but i'm more of a planner and like to have things ready so knowing the sex will help out on that department :)
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post #45 of 52 Old 09-28-2009, 07:27 PM Thread Starter
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I have to say, i'm really excited about not knowing. I love all the cute gender neutral clothes i have gotten so far (except for a box set of little boys clothes.) They are too cute!

I can't wait for the doctor to be like "Its a girl!" or "It's a boy!"
and then you get to pick out names for both genders! (though depending on your hubby, it might be a bit of a hassle lol)

CR, this is the bedding set hubby and I have picked out.
NoJo Jungle Babies 6 Piece Crib Bedding Set - Crown Craft - Babies "R" Us

Gender neutral stuff can be cute too hehe
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you could always get a surrogate
Ah... My nephew works just fine for me as my kid.

My real kids actually have four legs and a mane and tail. And when they make me mad I just throw them out in the field and walk away. No diapers, no crying...

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CR, this is the bedding set hubby and I have picked out.
NoJo Jungle Babies 6 Piece Crib Bedding Set - Crown Craft - Babies "R" Us

Gender neutral stuff can be cute too hehe
That's cute!

I like gender neutral stuff, too. I had lots of fun buying stuff for my nephew!
Okay, well, pretty much everything I bought him was in the shape or form of a horse/unicorn/pegasus... Which is kinda girly but they were BLUE! So they totally worked.
That part is lots of fun!
Spoiling them with lots of sugar and loud toys then sending them home... Not that I'd do that. LOL!

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Well, you know from the beginning I always thought it was a boy. I can't wait to find out!
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post #49 of 52 Old 10-01-2009, 12:32 PM
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that bedding set is super cute! and you are totally right there are very cute things that can go for a boy or girl :) I know hubby doesn't want to wait until the baby is born to find out either! he is just like me LOL
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4 weeks and 2 days to go for you, Darylann! But you already knew that,soooo..........your probably counting down the days on a calender!Lol....!
I just posted that to let everybody know, even if they can see the timer you have as your signature!
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