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I think we will be falling into that catergory. My hubby's family is driving me insane!! They ony call wanting to know the sex of the baby. They want a boy so bad (I already have three). I honestly don't care what the gender is. Yesterday, I posted a baby gaga update on my FB page. And my SIL posts " it would be nice to know if I will be having a niece or nephew".
Anyways, I think we will find out (if baby cooperates) but keep it a secret from IRL folks.
I want to do this, but DH says no way. Last time we kept the name a secret until Ryan got here. This time I was to keep the sex a secret from everyone. We'll see who wins this battle & gets their way...me or DH!
I seriously considered doing this but I know I would slip up at some point. We'll most likely keep the name a secret though because we usually get a lot of crap for our kids names and I don't want to hear it.
I don't plan to find out but if I see it in the ultra sounds I still will not be telling anyone. I have been calling this baby a he from the start and will continue until birth. I am also ruling that I will come see people and if anyone comes to visit me without asking, just to see the baby they will be put to work in the house.
We did it last time! We told everyone that, "we're keeping the sex a surprise." They just assumed that we didn't find out, but we knew she was a girl all along. I didn't even tell on JM It was a nice surprise to keep to ourselves...I'm glad we did it.
This time we're sharing the sexes, but keeping the names a secret.