BOY OR GIRL?!!
boxleyk last edited by
HAS ANYONE HAD A SIMILAR INCIDENT??
I took my younger sister to a palm reading lady, thinking it would be fun for the two of us to do together. We walked in and the lady, immidiately, looked at me and said "it's a boy". I am obvously pregnant- but I argued saying that the ultra-sounds steadily show that its a girl. She seemed really confused and kept looking at me; she continued to tell me that it was a boy... I told my mom what happened and she said when I told her I was having a girl "it's not what [she] felt". So I have the doctors telling me I'm carrying a girl and a physcic is telling me other wise. I don't really know what to think. I have heard of couples who were told one gender through-out the pregnancy, then were told something else at the last mnute. I'm wondering if that's how it's going to be for me... I just don't want a baby boy coming home to all PINK (or vise-versa)!!!
Can anyone share a similar situation? How did it turn out for you?
shadowmist last edited by
I was right the doc's were wrong lol I knew what my children were the minute I found out I was pregnant and this was when the sonograms were not that good. the doc's & nurses were so suprised that I knew even before the sonograms. sonograms are not always correct as in my daughters case they swore she was a boy and I told them know that was her fingers in the pix
so yes the sonograms can be wrong. What do you feel? you can always decorate in greens and yellows & pale colors that way you wont have to change it. My daughter new what she was haveing and she decorated the room with winnie the pooh
boxleyk last edited by
That's so neat!
Honestly, I felt it was a boy at first, but when I heard it was a girl- I put myself in that mindset...so I don't really know what I feel. I do know that this baby has been VERY different from my first (my daughter)- and "it" seems to sit alot more narrow and low. But I've read that the way you carrry doesn't really have a significance on the sex of the child. We also did a "at home gender prediction test and it said- boy"- but I heard those are just for fun. EVERY Ultra-sound tech has said "aww it's a girl" (like 3 or 4 times).
Being in the army, Im a "black or white" kind of person, so I'm having a hard time not having a "definite" answer- haha :-). I have a doctors appointment tomorrow and I'm going to beg them to look again! The lady who said it was a boy seemed very convincing... I'll let you know what happens!!
Thank you for your response.