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Ok I had this dream last night that I cant shake off for the life of me. DH has got it stuck in my head that Madison is really a David and I kept telling myself that he was joking but when I went in on the 26th for an U/S I asked if they would take a peek to make sure she was still a she and because she is breeched and was sitting indian style and was wedged in the pelvic area they werent going to be able to get a shot at all. Ok so I let it go out of my mind. Then last night I had a dream that I was on the operating table for my c-section and when they pulled the baby out they said "Its a BOY" I couldnt stop crying thinking her room is all done in pink and everything we have is girl related nothing neuteral. Now I am freaking that this is really going to happen. I keep looking at the DVD we got when we found out it was a girl and there are NO boy parts that I can make out but I could just kill DH now for getting me all worryed. I'm trying to keep telling myself this isnt going to happen but I could seriously kill DH for even joking about this
I had this fear too. Even though I got a 3D shot in between the legs, I still made a joke on the table of the c/s that she was going to come out a boy. It doesn't help that I actually know someone that it happened to. I'm sure Madison is still a girl. But, just think that if she isn't, it won't be the end of the world. Try not to get yourself all worked up about it.
Oh Angie.....I'm sorry that you are having this dream, I'm pretty sure it's common. I'm pretty sure Madison is still a girl, but I really, really do hope that she is. And shame on Mike for teasing you like that
Too funny, Angie! I feel the same way though. Every time I go to the doctor I ask if she's still a girl in there. Infact, at my last appointment I joked w/ the u/s tech that pretty soon they were going to get mad at me for continuing to ask. I hope Miss Madison "stays" a girl for you, hun!!