If you could, would you choose the sex of your unborn child?
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I really don’t think I would. I feel I got “just what I wanted” each time.
Yes I aure would want to chose.
No I wouldn’t want to chose. Whatever God meant me to have I would be happy. I was lucky to have a healthy baby, that’s all that matters!!! I think boys are great fun and I would have loved to have a girl too so it wouldn’t have mattered to me.
No I wouldn’t choose. Even though I wanted a girl so bad I love my little Hunter. I just hope my next one is a girl. But if it’s not, I’ll be just as happy with another boy. Oh the joys of getting peed on 🙂
Thats funny Jenny. I dont think I would either what you get was meant to be.
That is funny Jenny!! I had the joy of that twice!!!
I was able to choose daughters over sons. I did this because I don’t have a male role model in my home, and I felt it would be best for a boy orphan to go to a family with a daddy.
To be honest, I have always had a bias toward little girls. But if God created a life within me, I do believe I’d leave it up to him to decide whether it was a boy or girl. Among other reasons, I would feel uncomfortable messing with the natural order of things. The balance decided by God seems to have worked pretty well for 3 billion years.
When it comes down to it, even if you can choose the gender, there are still so many things about a child that you can’t control. I’ve learned with my kids that each one is a nearly-complete individual from birth. My daughters are as different as night and day. What a blessing for them and for me.
No, I wouldn’t choose, but you can bet your behind that I will find out!!!
will find out Sue??? Is there something you need to tell us?? lol
I’m with Sue. I wouldn’t choose but I did find out.
No.. I don’t think I would..
Hi Tosha nice to see your beautiful face, we’ve missed you!!
Yea, I agree with SKL that God’s got the balance going and I wouldn’t mess with it, what is meant to be will be, but when I adopt-if I do-then I might choose!! So i can have a boy and a girl!!