A lot of parents prefer to find out the sex of the baby when they have their scan.
However, while recent studies have shown sonographers have a 98% accuracy rate, there remains a small possibility that the sex of the baby may actually be the opposite of what they were told.
How would you feel if you were expecting a little girl, had named her and been showered with pink gifts leading up to the birth but then delivered a beautiful baby boy?
Tasmanian couple Nakamura and her husband Sina Niakansafy had that exact experience.
The photograper Jes Jackson from Itty Bitty Photography described the shot as "The priceless look on a mama's face who was told she was having a baby girl but received a baby boy!! Talk about a big surprise!!"
" I was shocked for a few seconds, and then it didn't matter if it was a girl or a boy," Nakamura told Today.com.
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