.legendTAYry. 1 child; Hawaii 41570 posts
11th Apr '12

I would find out, so you can get over your gender disappointment if it is a girl, before she comes

The Doctor 2 kids; Whiskey Dick Mountain, WA, United States 59965 posts
11th Apr '12

By the way......... the "more expensive" is something you can control.



You can spend just as much, or more, on a boy baby as you can on a girl baby.




They're damn babies. They poop, eat, and wear whatever clothes you get them, and sit and sleep in whatever furniture you give them.

Harva Due February 24 (boy); 3 kids; California 806 posts
11th Apr '12

boys can be just as expensive as girls. What are you gonna do if your baby is actually a girl?

user banned 2 kids; Bellingham, Washington 1616 posts
11th Apr '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ĸalana ♥ 7/29.:</b>" my SO and i have decided to keep the gender of our baby a surprise BUT im secretly praying everyday that ... [snip!] ... when they're older. I cant have a daughter. i hope this baby growing in me is a little boy. Lord please give me a little boy"</blockquote>




Um...you should be happy with which ever you get. Its a 50/50 chance when you get pregnant you know. So let me ask this, if it turns out to be a girl what will you do? Will you love her less than a boy?

Kelly +2 ERF/EH! 18 kids; Valdosta, Georgia 18072 posts
11th Apr '12

Oh my God.



Is all I can say.



I hope for the CHILDS' SAKE...You will have a boy.

mommato2boys 2 kids; Okinawa, Japan 1221 posts
11th Apr '12

They told me they thought I was having another boy, sure I was disappointed at first but now I couldn't be more excited! I'm sure you'll feel differently once you have the baby.

anonymom + 1.5 2 kids; West Virginia 10787 posts
11th Apr '12
Quoting My Lil' Monster:" I think they are both expensive and emotionally draining. They are just expensive and emotionally draining in different areas of their lives."


Exactly ;)

P3RvYmCp3rv 2 kids; Carlyle, Illinois 11904 posts
11th Apr '12
Quoting anonymom:" where are these studies? Expenses are the same until they need tampons? It's your choice to be special stuff. Gender disappointment is fine, but seriously?"

but at the same time boys need condoms at some point and I would rather buy tampons or condoms for either or. :)

Love Wedge +2 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Waterloo, Ontario 44310 posts
11th Apr '12

Am I the only one hoping she gets a boy so she doesn't end up resenting this kid later?

.._______.. Peru 47222 posts
11th Apr '12

Good luck with that.



Hopefully you don't resent your daughter when she's born. :?

Thorian's Mommy 1 child; Westbrook, ME, United States 8415 posts
11th Apr '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ĸalana ♥ 7/29.:</b>" my SO and i have decided to keep the gender of our baby a surprise BUT im secretly praying everyday that ... [snip!] ... when they're older. I cant have a daughter. i hope this baby growing in me is a little boy. Lord please give me a little boy"</blockquote>




Honeslty I work in the child care field and deal with both genders all the time. Yes studies may show that but its all how you raise your child. People tend to baby there girls and treat them as princesses..this is often why they become what you described. But I have seen many boys that are the same. If you have a daughter then don't raise her to be that way.

Nameless Ghoul 2 kids; Sweden 6452 posts
11th Apr '12

I'm hoping for a boy myself, but having a baby is really about gender-free love. It's normal to really want one sex over the other, but no matter what you get be happy that they're healthy!

Hayley Murfet Due June 10 (boy); 1 child; Rockhampton, Australia 63 posts
11th Apr '12

people who talk like this, make me so mad. lo. Just sayin

animaLibera_ 1 child; Ohio 7936 posts
11th Apr '12
Quoting .tay.:" I would find out, so you can get over your gender disappointment if it is a girl, before she comes"


:!::!:



That would probably be a good idea, and abort if you're going to resent her.

Alicia Dark 2 kids; Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 687 posts
11th Apr '12

my daughter is 4 and shes cheap as hell but i didnt get her into the girly things..she would rather wear mario then princess its all on hows shes raised...