People think we're crazy because we've decided not to find out the sex of the baby. I found out with the other three, but this baby has been a surprise from the beginning so why not go all the way? People say, "But you have to be dying to know." Surprisingly, no. I am dying not to know. I look forward to the moment when the baby is laid on my chest and I lift up that little leg and see for myself. No one will look before me, no one will say it out loud. I will be the first to know whether I have a new son or daughter. That to me is more exciting than finding out by ultrasound!
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