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Post by Sheka ~ Owner on Sun 23 Apr - 12:05

Would you feel disappointed if you had a girl instead of a boy or other way around.We had two boys and I wanted boys but after a while I did want a little girl and yes we had one.I can honestly say I would never kept on trying had the third baby was another boy.
Would you.and how do you feel about this?

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Re: gender disappointment

Post by Cee~Bookworm on Sun 23 Apr - 12:37

My mother had my two brothers a year apart and as she was a small person like me she was told to hold back on any more to let her body settle. She wanted a girl and so did my dad.There's 5 years between the younger brother and me. There were 2 inbetween that didn't make it. Growing up with my brothers being older meant they were close and I was ignored by them to the point that when our parents died I was left alone at 16 and my brothers in their 20s took off to enjoy their lives. I tried my best to speak to them over the years. The oldest died at 45 and I hadn't seen him or spoke to him in years. His funeral was over before I knew, but other brother did know. The next one is only an hour and half drive away. The last time I seen or spoke to him was when his oldest kids were toddlers and they have kids now.
Let this be a lesson for not keep trying as it might turn out well for the parents but not for the little girl/boy.

I had no choice but to stop after I had Carrie and just glad she was alive but now I'm glad that we had the chance to have a girl.
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Re: gender disappointment

Post by Sheka ~ Owner on Sun 23 Apr - 12:45

Tracy that is so sad.We have family that we never see or even know.At times you feel closer to a neighbour or an internet friend than you do with family member.
I agree with you my friend be glad you have a healthy child no matter what boy or girl.



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Re: gender disappointment

Post by Pinky on Mon 24 Apr - 15:10

I have two grown up boys. I would have liked a girl but what was meant to be wasn't and happy with my boys. :D

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