We had our 20 week scan on Friday and were thrilled to find that baby is progressing well, everything is correct for my dates, and everything appears to be where it is supposed to be. What a relief! We always get nervous before a scan, and baby is good (as was Kieran funny enough) at keeping very still on the run-up to a scan. Just to help with the nerves of course. Getting everything checked out and getting the “all good” (as much as they can of course) was just fantastic. True to form baby has been jumping around, kicking and generally making a nuisance of itself on my internal organs since the scan.
I dared to asked the gender during our 20 week scan and am happy to announce that we are having another boy!
Kieran is understandably thrilled also as “Girls are Yucky!!” so all is going well.
Baby 2 will be called Taylor, after my Grandad Taylor who I was very close to and loved dearly. It’s lovely to think of “Taylor” rather than It, Bubs, Baby etc. No second name yet but that’ll come in time. Kieran is also pleased with the name. He is practising it often, just the other day he sat with the Argos catalogue and said “My brother Taylor would love this Mummy”, “Daddy can we get this for Taylor?”. I’m not sure Taylor will immediately be into Ben10 and technical Lego but Kieran says that’s ok because Kieran will share it all with him so it won’t get wasted. Clever boy!
Anyway- before I run off (run ha lol, oh I wish), what are people’s thoughts on finding out the gender at their 20 week scan? My take is “why not?”. If we hadn’t been able to see then fair play and we wouldn’t have forked out for a sexing scan privately to find out, but if the option is there I’m unable to curb the nosy-factor. Many people now do find out, but I have been told a few times since “Why did you want to do that? It’s ruined the surprise!” so we obviously don’t all feel the same way. We’re glad we did though and everyone in the Cawood household is feeling very happy today.
PS. IT’S A BOY!!!!!!!
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