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11/08/2015 at 12:33
We're fascinated to read today that Coleen Rooney, who's pregnant with her third child, is saying that, this time round, she's definitely not going to find out if she's having a boy or a girl.
Coleen says she did find out the sex of her first two babies (boys Klay and Kai) but, this time, she wants to keep it all a surprise.
"My mum always says you shouldn't find out," Coleen says, "so this time we're definitely not."
What do you think? Do/did you find out your baby's sex before the birth? If so, do you think you'd want to know next time round – or not? Is it different with a 2nd (or 3rd or 4th etc) baby?
Please do share your thoughts on this one. We'd love to hear them!
11/08/2015 at 12:53
With my first i found out but that was more cause my partner wanted to know, this time i haven`t found out everyone keeps telling me to so they can buy gifts for the baby but with only 4 weeks left i see no harm in waiting
im glad that i haven't found out 1 because its never 100% when they tell you unless you pay for a scan ive had friends told they having a girl and they ended up having a boy..
and secondly i like the idea of a surprise and also i like my idea that i am going to let my daughter be the one to tell them if she has a little brother or a little sister as it gets her involved and more excited to find out from the start
11/08/2015 at 22:44
This will be my 3rd & last baby (although OH may think differently). I found out with both my girls born 22months apart so mostly for practical reasons - ie do we keep all the pinkness etc...This time we are having a surprise and I love it.
We have a 5 year gap & have started from scratch so it wasn't much of a necessity. Everyone wants to know but me oops but we have come this far and baby is due end of October so not long now and I can't wait for the moment he/she is born and we find out adds to the all the excitement definitely.
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