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Mothers instinct? AmyLee (; Due November 1; 1 child; Oklahoma 531 posts
Apr 9th '12

Is a mothers instinct always right!??
I already have a son. And I'm pretty sure
this baby is a boy, but the father thinks its a girl.
I believe and feel its a boy!!!!

Good Queen Bess Due December 27; 2 kids; Ontario 49564 posts
Apr 9th '12

No, mother's instinct isn't always right.

Snippy Due March 8; 1 child; Australia 419 posts
Apr 9th '12

Nope SO said from the start we are having a girl I said boy I even had dreams I was having a boy but she is a girl

Sugar. 17 kids; New Zealand 779 posts
Apr 9th '12

Probably not, no.
I thought this baby was a boy and he is, but theres no way of actually knowing for sure apart from scans etc. lol.

Isaiah & Delilah's Mama 2 kids; Georgia 8616 posts
Apr 9th '12
Quoting speaktruth2powr:" No, mother's instinct isn't always right."


:!:

~~~~~~~~~~~ Thailand 339 posts
Apr 9th '12

I knew it was a boy..



until I got the ultrasound and it had a vagina.

Brandy Humphrey Due June 22 (girl); 36 kids; Ohio 158 posts
Apr 9th '12

No a mothers instinct isn't always right. I thought I was having twins and its only one baby. And I thought it was a boy too. But my fiancee kept telling me it was only one baby and it was a girl and sure enough he was right.

Ecstasy 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Perth, WA, Australia 7757 posts
Apr 9th '12

Hahaha i have NO mothers instinct when it comes to gender!



I thought i was going to have a girl but kept having very vivid dreams i was pregnant with a boy or would see a toddling boy etc..



sure enough LO is a boy.



With this pregnancy i've had one dream that i went for a scan and it was a girl... BUT i think thats because i said to DH how strange it was i haven't dreamt about this pregnancy yet.. so i think its a fluke.



I have no idea what i could be having and nothing is making me feel that its either gender LOL! ... our baby is going to be genderless to me until the ultrasound tech can tell me otherwise.

_______Nope_________ 23772 posts
Apr 9th '12
Quoting AmyLee (;:" Is a mothers instinct always right!?? I already have a son. And I'm pretty sure this baby is a boy, but the father thinks its a girl. I believe and feel its a boy!!!!"


Nope. I think instinct can be effected by what you want and influenced. I think it's often right, but not always

hobbit* 3 kids; New Zealand 44783 posts
Apr 9th '12

I have a terrible mother instinct.
I swore my son was a girl.
I swore my daughter was a boy
I swore this baby was twin boys. It's just one girl. LOL

Shortys Girl 19 kids; Sanderson, Texas 88 posts
Apr 9th '12

Not sure..I guessed all 3 of mine correctly weeks before my ultrasounds and was right all 3 times.But could have been just coincidence.Never know.

[[Breezy]] 2 kids; Savannah, Georgia 16774 posts
Apr 9th '12

Well, the odds of 50/50 are pretty good regardless! :)

624582 Neilton, Washington 9312 posts
Apr 9th '12

I thought that we were going to have a girl because we both really wanted a boy for our first. I never had strong feeling that he'd definitely be one or the other, though. Obviously we had a boy. :)

danibean 3 kids; Graham, Washington 621 posts
Apr 9th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting AmyLee (;:</b>" Is a mothers instinct always right!?? I already have a son. And I'm pretty sure this baby is a boy, but the father thinks its a girl. I believe and feel its a boy!!!!"</blockquote>




I think it can be right sometimes...you have a 50/50 chance on gender, so its probably right 50% of the time.
With my first they told me it was aboy, but I still felt strongly she was a girl. And sure enough, she is a girl.
With my second we didn't find out the gender, but I knew it was a girl. And she is a girl.
With my third I wanted a girl and knew it was a girl, so when I saw the p***s on the screen I almost cried right then. We weren't going to find out the gender again, but right before the appt I had this feeling I needed to find out, so we did. So I guess that's kinda like intuition.

Rαε☆ 1 child; 1 angel baby; Chelan, Washington 1736 posts
Apr 9th '12

Have to definitely say NOOOPEEE. I had such a strong urge that my baby girl was going to be a baby boy..I FELT like it was a boy and saying "she" didn't sound right to me at all...along with many people having dreams that I was having a boy, too. I'm having a little miss Bayleigh girl in July. Haha. :)