i do but having a boy didn't cure me like i thought it would. i mean im so glad he's a boy and my cuddly little man and i get to experience raising a son which after my girl history i never thought i would get.. but having my desired gender was not a magic cure all. its just another child to take care of. there was no confetti or marching band. seeing a penis doesn't make me any happier. it didn't make me a better mom, it didn't make my husband love me more, it didn't make my girls any happier. it just made me a little more frazzled. i love him don't get me wrong and i can't imagine my life without him but i can say now.. i would have been just as happy with either gender.
For months and months I obsessed with getting my DG. I did hours and hours of research. Both my dh and I swayed hard for a long time. I thought I would be absolutely over-the-moon if I was able to have a DD. I am happy to say that my sway worked, but it definitely wasn't a cure all. I had all of my unhappiness in my life centered on the fact I didn't have a daughter. Well, I set myself up for a fail with that because although I have my DD, love her with all my heart, and feel very blessed I still deal with GD! It's something I can't fully explain, but like newbaby says, nothing really changed. My boys were my boys, nothing changed with my hubby, and I often wonder what life would have been life if I had carried my m/c baby which I am sure was a boy. The worst part about GD is longing for what didn't happen. I know that if I had had another sweet little boy I would have kept on obsessing over getting a DD and even though I do have a DD I often think about boy #3. Long story short, don't pin all your happiness in life on getting you dg because sometimes there are other things mislabeled as gd as well.