44 Replies to “It’s a girl!”

  1. OMG F, what wonderful news. Delighted to hear that everything is going so well. Can’t believe you’re almost at the half way point already.

    Jackie. xxxx

  2. Oh My Goodness, Thats wonderful news Feebee.
    I am thrilled to see this, you must be over the moon and higher πŸ™‚

    Pinkirish

  3. Ohhhhh is this little girl going to be spoiled!!!!! now the shopping excursions begin for pink , pink and more pink. Congrats, delighted for you..and your son was correct after all.

  4. Oooh yay!!

    How exciting – I was only just wondering at the weekend if you’d be finding out the sex.

    Am so chuffed for your whole family – amd delighted to hear that your little lady is halfway to term already πŸ™‚

    Sorcha (MM)

  5. what lovely news! congrats. Ready for a buying spree yet? There are lots of pink things waiting to be bought!

  6. Oh that’s wonderful news! You must be over the moon. Nearly halfway there now…
    Delighted for you,
    Jane

  7. Thats great news!! I’m delighted things are going so well, and a baby sister on the way for your son, just perfect.

  8. OMG, so pleased for all of you F!
    I am a little biased, but I think all babies are wonderful πŸ˜‰
    Ex

  9. So thrilled for you Fiona! Fantastic news!! I can just imagine the window shopping you are doing at the moment pet.

    Caroline

  10. Woohoo! Great news.
    Of course, I’d have said that if you’d posted that you were having a boy too…..
    Thrilled for you.
    Newlad

  11. OH my God, I’m so freakin excited for you! I’ve been saving the best of Lily’s teeny tiny outfits just in case!

  12. Congrats! Just found your blog while doing a search on secondary infertility. You’ve been through a lot. Great that you’re on the other side of it all.

  13. Thanks so much everyone. We are thrilled, not just because we are having a girl but because we are having a baby. I really believe it now – god help me!

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