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Is it a Boy or Girl for Gwen Stefani?

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Gwen's husband, Gavin Rossdale, talked to Ryan Seacrest about the sex of the soon-to-be addition to his family

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"It was a surprise last time, so we're working on that this time." We guess we'll find out when they do. And so will almost two-year-old big brother, Kingston. This topic brought up varying views on the subject.

andrea.jpgIt seems like there are enough surprises when it comes to pregnancy and childbirth. I definitely wanted to know the sex the first time, and I would want to know for the second one, too.
andrea.jpgWhen I was pregnant with my son Harry I wanted to know the sex asap because I didn't want to have a sexless stranger living inside my belly. Now though, I wouldn't want to know the sex because it's the only true surprise I might have left in my life.
andrea.jpgWe found out the sex of our first son when I was 20 weeks pregnant. That moment was just incredible. We named him on the spot during the ultrasound and we were so happy to refer to him by name and feel like we knew him before he was born. I wanted the same thing the second time and I'm glad we found out because I was convinced we were having a girl.
fox.jpg I did not find out the sex of my second child, because I had so much fun being "surprised" by the sex of my first. My mom (who had passed away before the birth of my kids) told me there aren't many good surprises in life and this is the best surprise of all. So I honored my mom's memory by NOT finding out both times.


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Kate April 11, 2008, 6:41 PM

I agree…although part of me is sooo curious to know (I’m 20 wks), the other part of me loves surprises too much to find out and there aren’t so many true surprises in life :)


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