A mom writes in asking for feedback from the community. She wants to know if moms in the community care (or cared) about the sex of their children the way some men really hope for a boy.
A member of the community asks:
“Do mothers care about the sex of their baby? I always hear how most men hope their first is a son, is it normal for mothers, in general, to hope for one over the other first? What is it generally?”
Community Advice for This Mom Who Wants to Know if Other Mothers Care About the Sex of Their Baby
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The community offered this mom in need a lot of great advice. Read some of their responses below.
“Yes. I wanted a girl, boy then girl and that’s exactly what I got.”
“I don’t mind either as they both have perks. Boys have so much love for their mum, girls for their dads. Boys are full of energy & loud. Girls are chatty but will play quieter games. We have 2 girls (oldest & youngest), 2 boys in the middle, & still to find out what #5 is. I’m happy either way!”
“I wanted my first to be a boy and ended up having a girl I’m just hoping when I go to have my second it’s a boy.”
“My first I totally expected a boy, we left gender a surprise for birth. We were happily surprised by a baby girl. The next three were boys so when surprise baby #5 came along, I suspected another girl but didn’t want to get my hopes up. Mommy & Big Sis were pleased to find out we were getting another girl.”
“When I found out I was having a third boy, I cried and was mad at my hubs for a week or so! Over it now! I have 4 nieces and I’m happy with my fate now! I got grandbabies to look forward to now!”
“I wanted a boy and had one wanted a girl got another boy. Now I’m on my last pregnancy with twins. One girl one boy. I cried. I really wanted that girl lol.”
“I didn’t care per say, but I did quietly wish for a girl myself. However, I was happy it even happened. I’m on baby 3 and still no girl, which did upset me I really did not want 3 boys, but the cards have been dealt lol.”
“My husband wanted a girl.”
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