I had an ultrasound yesterday. We are expecting a girl!! While I was really hoping for a boy, I'm extremely glad that everything looks good in there. Dr. said everything looks like its working correctly. I am totally relieved. I was taking weight loss medication at the time I got pregnant, probably for the first month of my pregnancy. She wasn't a planned baby. I was scared about the effects of that. But everything looks good. My oldest DD is excited. My Ds who is 4 yr. old was devastated that he wouldn't have a brother to play with. I felt so bad for him. His poor little face fell when I told him that the baby was a girl. He said he was going to throw her away. But I know he'll change his mind when he sees how cute she is. My youngest DD who is 20 months will have a playmate! She has been sick most of her life so she has been spoiled rotten. Look out when the baby finally gets here. Just wanted to share my relief and my excitement. Thanks for reading.
Congratulations! That's so exciting. Glad everything looks good. It's always nerve-wracking to worry about medication etc.
Congrats!! I know you must be incredibly relieved that she's healthy!
You can always console DS by reminding him that he won't have to share any of his toys!
Congratulations!!!! I am so glad that everything looks good. My family and girls wanted a boy but my last one was a girl and everyone adapted well.
Wow...do you have your hands full!!! I'm very happy for you. And definitely remind DS (privately, of course) that he remains the special one!!!
Congrats and good luck.
As for a little girl instead, I'll trade ya. One stinky teenage boy for one cute little girl
Congratulations! I'm sure once she gets here, he will be so excited and just fall in love with her!
wow, congrats! I would love to have a little girl (I have 3 boys).
I agree with consoling your son by letting him know that he won't have to share quite so many toya
*hugs* How exciting for you!
DS said he was thankful for his sisters when he was praying before bed. I know he'll come around. As long as the baby's healthy, that's all that counts.