Mum built pink nursery when nurses told her TWICE she's having a little girl — but she gave birth to a sonSeptember 28, 2020
STUNNED Hayley Sexton gave birth to a son — after twice being told following scans that she was having a daughter.
Hayley, 33, had painted her nursery pink, filled it with girly gear, chosen the name Isabella and written it on the room’s walls.
Friends threw her a pink-themed baby shower with gifts including an ornament engraved with Isabella.
But Hayley was in for a surprise when she gave birth after a 33-hour labour at hospital in Stockton-on-Tees, Co Durham, just over a week ago.
She said: “When the midwife said, ‘He’s here’ I was like, ‘What do you mean He?’
"At two scans I’d been told my baby was a girl.
“When she gave him a clean up and lifted him I saw his bits!
“It meant we had to come up with a new name — Alfie — as well as redecorate the nursery and take back a load of clothes.”
Single mum Hayley, a teaching assistant, added: “It was the craziest experience.
"My dad had joked, ‘What would you do if you had a boy?’ and it happened.
“I was over the moon when I found out I was going to have a girl.
"But I absolutely love Alfie and wouldn’t change him for the world.
"It was meant to be.”
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