I have a while to think about it i guess, lol.
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We decided to find out sex of baby - the babies grandparents didn't want to know. It is really hard not to let it slip as you start to say 'he or she' instead of 'it'. When the baby comes up in conversation. I think it is possible though.
I don't think they do Shell-Lee. There wouldn't be a medical reason for them to find out unless there was some kind of abnormality with the genitals! smile
I wanted to know, dh didn't. So I respected that I probably wouldn't be able to keep it from him and didn't find out.
I'm actually excited by the guessing game now. I don't regret not finding out - and if we had've found out probably wouldn't have regretted that either. smile
I figure I have the rest of it's life knowing what it is so we'll keep part of the pregnancy as a surprise. My gp is excited too - she says we are the minority now and she loves it when couples choose not to find out as it makes that whole "what is it?" question in the labour ward really special.
When my bestie was utd she didn't want to know and her hubby did - so he promised not to tell her. It didn't work..... it's just way too easy to slip up and say he or she. She felt pretty ripped off that she had the surprise taken away from her.