I think everybody had their "drathers" (you know, I'd rather have a ....), but 10 fingers, 10 toes, healthy head and heart is pretty much what is all that's really hoped for.
No after having 3 mc not at all . We are blessed and can't wait for this guy to be here
I was with my first daughter. I really wanted a boy, but I love having a girl. Currently pregnant with our 2nd daughter, was hoping for a boy because my in-laws have no grandson's. But I was totally happy with either one. I just wanted a 2nd baby. My husband had no preference. He's happy with healthy babies.
My fiancé and I hoped for a boy... Then found out we were having twins - one of each. Two of one gender would have been cheaper (sharing more items), but we are happy with our family nonetheless.
Hmm...well, with my twins, I thought it would be cool to have them be a boy and a girl and I'd have both in one big bang lol. When I found out they were two boys, I had no gender dissappointment at all, I loved it. With this pregnancy, In a way I hoped for a girl because this is my last baby and it'd be nice to be able to do both the boy thing and the girl thing :) DH wanted a boy, this is his first bilogical and last baby. On the other hand, I hoped it was a boy because DH's mom died of breast cancer years ago. We're having a little girl...DH had a little gender dissappointment, but now he's very excited :) I'm a little scared though because of his mom having breast cancer, so I'll be having a long talk with her doc once she gets here.
We have 3 boys. My last pregnancy I wanted to have a girl for my mother-in law. My husband is her only child and she would have loved a grandaughter. I actually in my heart new I wanted a boy because I already had 2 boys. The 3rd boy was just better for our family dynamic. My husband really wanted another boy too. I feel bad that my wonderful mother-in-law did not get the opportunity to have a female grandchild, but I was NOT having another baby.
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