Quoting Noelandchase:" We decided to wait until the baby was born to find out the sex of the baby. I have heard that it was ... [snip!] ... the best thing ever.. Just wondering if anyone else loved this idea and how did you plan for the baby after he or she was here?"
We waited until DD was born to find out the sex. At 20 weeks the tech told me it looked like a girl but she couldn't tell for sure and because both of my nephews were supposed to be nieces I didn't believe her.
from the beginning DD would be a girl, but everybody in my family thought she would be a boy. We got gender neutral everything except for two family friends bought me two girl outfits and a pink crocheted blanket.
At her birth I wound up with a c-section and as they were pulling her out I heard them say "oh boy" so I was kind of freaking out that my motherly instincts were wrong about her being a girl and a few minutes later they said "it's a girl!" and then the nurse was like "oh boy" again and I guess DD had peed on her twice during the extraction which is why she kept saying "oh boy" lol