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December 20th, 2013, 11:05 PM
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Originally Posted by NurseMommy19 View Post
I am still in a little but of denial. I wanted a girl so bad and was overjoyed when I found out she was a girl but someone told me that my US didn't look like her daughter's ultrasound and now she has me all paranoid that she is a boy! Even though I've had it confirmed twice lol. I think I just wanted a girl so bad I'm scared she is going to grow a penis haha!
Lol I still have that issue, only the exact opposite .

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December 20th, 2013, 11:58 PM
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I'm still in shock that it's a girl. I was so convinced mine was a boy as well. I still feel like it's too good to be true- that I am so lucky to have a boy and girl. Parents from my classroom keep giving me little baby girl gifts and I still have not accepted that it truly is a girl. I know how you feel 100%!
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December 21st, 2013, 09:23 AM
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makes perfect sense. I kind of went through the same with my previous pregnancy (our 4th child, 3rd boy). I was convinced he was a girl. Then after finding out he was actually a boy, it took a while to get used to it and like it. So this time around, i'm just not letting myself feel anything! I'm really hopeful for a girl, but my feeling is boy, probably because I don't want to be disappointed.
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December 21st, 2013, 06:28 PM
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I was scared to death I might have a girl. I only referred to squish as a he the entire time. I told DH I was afraid I might cry at the ultrasound if she was a girl, deep down I knew she was. Sure enough as soon as they did the ultrasound I saw the 3 lines. I feel bad for still slightly holding out hope at another ultrasound they will say she's actually a boy, but I know better. I'm not disappointed like I thought I would be, but I'm just really scared that I will be a bad mother to a daughter. I love my son so much..what if I slight her or treat her differently and she ends up hating me? Makes me so nervous. I just want to see her little face, hold her and know I'm totally wrong haha!

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December 23rd, 2013, 05:04 AM
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Oh man, I was convinced Sebastian was a girl, SO convinced in fact, he didn't have a boy name til after he was born lol. The doc told me she's 80% on this being a boy. However, there was umbilical cord all up in the way. I have a gender scan, so we'll see.

DH was with me at target the other day, he was going through newborn girl dresses and pouted, even though he wants a boy lol

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December 23rd, 2013, 05:12 AM
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I think it's just denial. I felt the same with wanting a girl, but the u/s tech said boy within seconds of looking ... we had our anatomy scan and I wanted her to check again just to "make sure" it was really a boy. LOL

Once you accept and move on you won't feel it anymore.

I went through shock, and then guilt for feeling disappointed because I didn't want to feel ungrateful for my son. But now I don't even care I am super excited for him to get here, buying boy clothes every time I am out!
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