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Old 07-28-2012, 06:15 AM   #52
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Re: How do you deal with gender dissapointment?

So nice to see everyone be so open... It's true that society usually makes you feel guilty for gender disappointment. I had a hard time with it with my last baby! I do know that once my little one was in my arms, I fell so totally head over heels in love that gender didn't matter. Now after, when I'd see cute baby boys, I'd feel a twinge of sadness and longing... But I'm so in love with my little girl and I wouldn't trade her for the world

Gender dissapointment is why I'm really trying to convince DH to say Team Green this time around though

(((hugs))) to you mama. I think gender disappointment isn't so much about the gender, but about the little person you imagine parenting, and that can be tough.
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