I thought I would be doing flips the moment I found out, but I was so emotionally drained all I could do was smile [a big smile of course]. My 4 year old was telling the ultrasound tech the whole time that it was his baby sister in there. My husband came late and I wanted so bad to play with him and make him think it was another boy, but all the nurses were standing there waiting for me to tell him. When I told him,he just shouted YES!!! I just laughed at him. He seemed so nervous when he walked in. Later on that night he went to play basketball and came back super excited as if it just sank in that he was gonna finally get his little princess.He just kept sighing and saying "A baby girl, wow!" My oldest son started jumping up and down saying"Yes!"My two youngest sons act as if they knew the whole time, they just wanna know when she's gonna get here. We have been praying for a girl for years and each time we got amazing boys. I have always knew that I was suppose to have a girl, but I have gotten discouraged at times. I didn't even want to try anymore, and we were not trying. However I always felt as if this was the one. I knew I was pregnant before I actually found out, I'm not sure how. I felt like this was a girl from the beginning, but considering the past I prepared myself but still kept the faith. I even bought pink stuff because I couldn't resist. Now it's a reality!! It hasn't fully sank in yet that I actually get to buy all the pretty pink and purple things I admire in the stores. I have also never had a summer baby either. The ultrasound tech told me that the odds of me having a girl after 3 boys is very small. I could only thank God.
I just feel very blessed right now. God has perfect timing and he is always faithful
Tomorrow is the big day!! I find out whether this" little one" floating around in my stomach is a boy or a girl. Still hoping for my first girl. I was nervous and anxious for 3 weeks straight, but now that it's tomorrow, I am calm. I guess it's because I have come to grips with the fact that god has made his decision on the sex a long time ago, so the baby is, what it is! I am excited to finally narrow done colors of baby items. I have never had the luxury of buying pink things so I would be ecstatic to buy anything pink and purple. Girls stuff is always better anyway in my opinion. I am getting calls and texts from both family and friends anxious to know whether I will finally have a girl after 3 boys. I just hope I will be able to say it's a girl. That would finally be nice. I've been down this road so many times with each of my boys. We always hoped for a girl and end up getting a boy (which turned out to be great) but very nerve recking. It has always been a boy, so if they tell me a girl, I might be so overcome with emotion I will want to cry (good tears of course). If it's a boy I will be excited as well. A mom with all boys is and still will be, so unique. My oldest asked me the other day would I be excited if I had another boy, I told him "of course." Any baby is a blessing. It is a blessing just to be a mom again. There are so many people who can't even have children, yet God has blessed me with a fourth child. Looking forward to sharing the good news.