Yes. I went to the delivery room feeling like that with DS2. I had EGD - and I'm not just saying EGD. It was not normal at all. It was very extreme. I made abortion appointments that I could never bring myself to go through with, I punched myself in the stomach, wished I would miscarry, and told the baby I hated "it". I also considered adoption but knew it was not a real option because dh wanted him - I could not bring myself to even say "he" or "him". I did not want him at all. I even refused to pick out his name, because I was not going to name another boy. Luckily, DH and my sister chose a good name! Anyway the reason I am telling you all of this stuff that I am not proud of is because you'll never believe what happened next. The second I saw his tiny face, I was in love! I had an instant bond with him. That didn't happen when I had DS1 and I had GD with him too but it wasn't as bad, so it was completely unexpected. Maybe it was the guilt, or maybe it was because I had an easier delivery, I have no idea. I can tell you for sure, that you may be surprised! You can most definitely fall in love with a baby you're not excited about. My GD didn't go away, but I ended up falling head over heels in love with that sweet boy! He was the best baby, he was so good and calm and smiley. Even to this day, he is such a great kid. He's so sweet and thoughtful and empathetic when it comes to other people. He was born that way. He really is like a little angel. I used to think that I did not deserve him, because he is so great and I was so awful when I was pg. I never thought I would, but I thank God every day that I have him! Hopefully, that's what happens for you!