Today we are having a real estate agent come over to take a look at our t-house and take photos of it to market it for a renter. C&I busted our butts last night cleaning. Typically our house is always clean. We are neat freaks. But lately I've been pretty lazy about cleaning/organizing so we definitely had our work cut out for us last night. We are keeping our fingers that she will be able to find us a renter by June 1st because paying 2 mortgages a month would not be ideal.
Last weekend while we were in Chi everyone finally had a chance to see my bump in person. The guesses on whether we are having a boy or girl were across the board. It's so funny that some people are so sure on whether it will be a boy or girl while others just take a stab in the dark. I mean, clearly everyone has a 50/50 chance of being right.
I was so sure up until now that I wanted to find out whether we are having a boy or girl. Soooo sure. I have even picked fights with C insisting that we find out. But now I'm having second thoughts. I mean, I'm almost 1/2 way through this pregnancy and I obviously haven't known so I could totally get through the second 1/2 not knowing. Right? The thought of having the doctor tell us in delivery room that "It's a ________!" is starting to appeal to me. However the thought of gender neutral everything scares the crap out of me. I could design the nursery around it, not a problem. It's the clothes that get me. I want a closet full before he/she arrives. How do you accomplish that when you can't stand the thought of yellow and green everything?
Also another big reason I would like to find out the gender is so we can have a gender reveal photographed. I am obsessed with gender reveals. I would love to have photos of it documented and make an album out of it. I've always thought that is how we'd find out.
Do we find out and do a gender reveal? Do we not find out at all and let it be a surprise in the delivery room? If we find out, do we not tell anyone? Which would be super hard but I know we'd be able to pull it of - especially living so far from family. I just don't know. Thankfully I have a few more weeks until we have our anatomy ultrasound.
So... do we decide to join Team Green?