Reasons Not To Find Out The Sex Of Your Baby #5: Reduces Gender Disappointment If you feel very strongly that you would prefer to have a child of a certain gender, finding out your baby’s sex in advance may increase your risk of suffering from gender disappointment.
With a lovely little baby in your arms, it’s much harder to feel disappointed about anything.
As the 20 week scan approaches, you might find yourself in two minds as to whether to find out or not.
There are plenty of arguments made for finding out the sex, but here are a few reasons why you may want to leave it as a surprise: Reasons Not To Find Out The Sex Of Your Baby #1: It Will Be A Surprise In this day and age, with text messaging, smart phones, online chat, the internet, and 24 hour news, surprises are pretty rare.
Most parents-to-be focus instead on finding out the gender, forgetting the real reasons behind the ultrasound scan.
Sometimes, the baby’s sex can be too hard to tell anyway, for example if the baby is in a tricky position.
During the ultrasound scan, the technician will warn you that they can not say with 100% certainty either way.
Moore is alleged to have sent naked photos of himself to the undercover officer and requested to meet in person to have sex.
When he turned himself in, Moore waived his Miranda rights, according to the complaint, and agreed to an interview with law enforcement.
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Reasons Not To Find Out The Sex Of Your Baby #8: You Don’t Have To Put Up With Insensitive Gender Comments During Pregnancy If you don’t know what the sex of your baby is, you get to skip 20 odd weeks of random, insensitive comments from strangers and others, relating to your baby’s sex. ” While it likely won't prevent all of them, it will reduce the amount of annoying comments a great deal from people who don’t matter, especially when your hormones are raging and you’re biting your tongue from telling them where to go.