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Another "We're having some kind of kid but we aren't sure what kind" post.

For the folks who have been reading for a while you know that we have no idea if we're having a boy or girl because our pre-kid refused to uncross it's legs during the ultrasound. If you haven't read the story you can check it out here.

But we have 2 new guesses on what we're having.

The first is from the kids in Staci's class. They are super interested in her pregnancy. One has even offered a pillow and some carrots to the pre-kid so it would be comfy and well fed. Yesterday the class wanted to take a vote on if it will be a boy or girl. It was a landslide: 15 for boy, 1 for girl. No recount needed.

The second guess came from a shirt we got. We registered at a local store called Pacifier. They sent us a little package after we registered. In it was a Mysterio Predicts Your Child's Future shirt...they come sealed and you get to open to see what he predicts. When we opened ours it read Romance Novelist.

While I am cool with my child becoming whatever it wants, I do admit I'm a bit disappointed. One of the shirts you can get is Criminal Mastermind...that would have been so cool. But just because our child is destined to be a novelist doesn't mean it can't moonlight as a criminal.


And if you need a good shirt or onesie for a little one you know please check out the contest i'm running for a super cute organic shirt or onesie.

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  1. I heard once that its more common to have a boy first. I dont know what science they used for it but those are the results. I think if you wife has a "feeling" of which on it is...then she is probably right...you know...woman are always right hahaha

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  2. Have you tried the Chinese gender chart? It's silly but kind of fun anyway. Did you get the shirt free for starting a registry? How cute :)

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  3. We tried the Chinese gender chart...it pointed to boy. I actually did a post on all that kind of stuff...it came out 50/50 http://www.smonkyou.com/2009/08/girl-vs-boy.html

    Yeah we got the shirt just for starting the registry...I thought that was cool.

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  4. Haha, love the Mysterio shirt- how fun!! Any pics allowed of the preggo belly?? I want to try to guess by looking :)

    The Chinese chart said boy for me - and it is!

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  5. OH! I just remembered you posted a pic a few days ago. When I saw that pic, btw, I thought right away that it's a girl. But I could use more pictures to be more sure :)

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  6. I need to take pics again...I've been too lazy to set up.

    You really thought girl? I think most women have this feeling of knowing what a baby will be. Right or wrong it's interesting because they are always so sure.

    I really have no idea/no feeling what it is.

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  7. Let there be no doubt-the baby is obviously a romantic crime novelist.

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  8. Romantic-Crime novelist would be awesome because there aren't many of those, if any at all, so I'd hopefully be able to live of his/her earnings...

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  9. It took three ultrasounds for both of my kids to expose themselves. I guess they were shy. For both kids I had a sense of what gender they were before it was confirmed. By the time I was told for sure that I was having a boy - and then a girl - I already knew. What does Staci think it is?

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  10. For some reason I just thought of this post and came back finally to check the comments... still waiting on some pics! :) I thought for sure mine was a boy, and he is!

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  11. We were gonna shoot some pics this weekend but time got away from us. We will shoot some soon.

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