Quoting jazzzzz*:" My little girl is the exact opposite. She told me she won't let me bring"that" baby home if it is a girl lol"
Quoting PuckettsOFfun:" get her a baby brother doll (toys r us has one) and let her show you how she can help you take care of ... [snip!] ... play dress up with their sister and she can still take baths with him. the only thing that changes is the color of his clothes"
Quoting mmjohnson13:" I wouldn't stress about it too much just yet, she has plenty of time left to get used to the idea. My ... [snip!] ... he seems more excited about it. It may be harder for her to go from being the only child. That's been the hardest part for us "DD wanted a sibling, she hates being the only child. Even when we told her she was like why did you guys wait so long lol. But I'm sure she'll get used to the idea I just hate to see her sad it's not like her.
Quoting Blair Waldorf (SuperKink):" DS wanted a brother and I brought him home a sister. But during my pregnancy he was excited for ... [snip!] ... of stuff. He liked the idea of being in the guiding role, no matter the sex of the baby. So maybe get her in a helping mood?"
Quoting kate & tilly:" I was the little girl upset by having a little brother. I threw a fit about it! After my brother came ... [snip!] ... She will eventually get over it and learn to accept and love her brother. I'd ask why she wanted him to be a girl I guess."
Quoting ♥ Mrs. S ♥:" I remember I was that same age when my brother was born. I clearly remember the ride home from the hospital ... [snip!] ... My parents did let me pick my brother's name...with their help of course. That helped me get used to the idea of a baby. "
Quoting GlamChic:" Yeah she's the same way. She saw her friend yesterday playing with her baby sister and she started crying "it's not fair". But we're "letting" her pick the name too."