Friday, August 3, 2012

Boy or Girl?

After the past couple posts, a couple of you are thinking I may know the gender of Baby #2.  Well, I guess I'll really throw you for  loop in this one:



That's right.  As it was with Elise, I am clueless.  I figured I would make a purple set and a blue/green set for coming home from the hospital.

I also kind of think that with the right outfit a little girl could pull off the blue/green set, and a little boy always looks quite pleasant in purple- agreed?

If you're wondering why we don't find out the gender of our babies before they arrive, it basically all boils down to this.



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12 comments:

  1. Aw! Babies look beautiful in all colors, they are sweet hats no matter who your baby is.

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  2. awe can't wait to find out!!!!
    xoxo

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  3. I think both colors work, neither are too gender specific. I love it when parents don't find out, it's such a fun mystery, and it just means you are so content with either a boy or a girl.

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  4. Its like the last big surprise you will ever get, and you will love it either way. I never wanted to know what my babies were before hand. I never snooped before Christmas either. I love surprises.

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  5. Since I had a gender preference I had to know while I was pregnant so that I could morn the fact that I wasn´t going to get the sex that I wanted. All I have ever wanted was a girl. I´m pregnant with my last child and it is our third boy. When I found out this time I had to take a personal day both from work and family. I cried for a full day (I almost NEVER cry and this cry was like I had lost someone I loved, uncontrollable and soul shaking). It has taken me months to come to terms with the fact that I will never have a little girl. But now that I´m 6 weeks from my due date I am not as sad as long as I don´t think that I will never have a little girl but that I am gaining another amazing little boy. 3 boys that will be around 6´4 full grown men that I will have to feed. LOL. Had I had a girl the first time I wouldn´t have cared after that what sex the rest were. Kudos to you for picking your battles and being sensitive to your husbands needs. I have a feeling that your marriage will make it for the long run.
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  6. I was not a follower of your blog in 2010, but really enjoyed reading your "reasoning".....thanks for the enjoyable story and best of luck.

    (I kept my baby gender a surprise....it was a boy Hunter who is now 7 1/2)
    good luck to you and your little baby ??

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  7. Oh, I see, that's a good deal. Wishing you all the best with baby # 2. Boy or girl....those are adorable hats!

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  8. i still think steven is an amazing name for a boy.

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  9. i think your naming bargain is a great one! i have a dear friend whose husband campaigned just as fiercely to name their first born boy Maximillian, a name she hates. Fortunately, they have since had two girls and no intention of any more kids! ;)

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  10. Love your hats and I have to say that all colors look wonderful on all babies!

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  11. beautiful colours, lovely hats. Boy or girl they will look very fine

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  12. The thing with this, is that if you like to plan you can have two contingency plans!

    This is just a way to be more creative! I love both of those colours! Greys, light blues, creams, and anything that can be sublty added to after the fact are great.

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