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Today Is the Day. Is it Pink or Blue?

I had my 20 week ultrasound earlier this week. We didn’t find out the gender of the baby at the appointment, instead we opted for the good ole’ “put the results in a sealed envelope” route.

I’ve never found out the gender before birth, and this being my fourth (and final) pregnancy, I decided to change it up a bit. Thanks to your votes and nudges in the “finding out” direction, my husband and I decided to change it up and see how the other half live. It’s official, we’re finding out.

TONIGHT.

The magic results envelope burned a hole at the bottom of my purse for over 24 hours, until I couldn’t stand it any longer, and delivered it to my best friend in town, Casey. Casey has been one of the loudest cheerleaders in camp “finding out”, and she promised me that if we found out, she would help us do it in a memorable fashion.

Casey has many talents, one of which is not keeping secrets safe for long. Last night, I see this tweet:

Tonight, we relieve Casey of her power trip. I’m not sure exactly how it’s all going to go down, but I do know my whole family will be involved, and there will be a camera.

You guys, I’m nervous. I don’t know why I’m nervous, the results are going to be fantastic regardless of it’s a boy or a girl. I already know the important results, the ones where the doctor told me that everything on the ultrasound looked perfect.

But come tonight, I’ll know if I’m going to be the mom of two girls and two boys, or three girls and one boy.

I’ll be sure to let you know how it goes.

How did you find out the gender of your baby?

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