You guys, I get asked about how having a girl has been different than having boys so often that I actually wanted to put that into words. We are barely 4 months into this having a girl thing so this will definitely change with time.
As a mom to three boys, 6, 4, and 2.5 as well as 1 girl almost 4 months, I have had a lot of time to think and day dream about having a girl during our baby making years. I have loved having boys and frankly it wasn't until my 3rd pregnancy that I started wondering and really thinking about having a girl.
My pregnancies with the boys were all similar whereas my pregnancy with the girl was very different. No nausea or vomiting with the boys' pregnancy but nausea and vomiting were constant with the girl's pregnancy (well the nausea was and the vomiting was only a few times). My deliveries were all the same, quick and easy :).
All my babies, regardless of their sex, have been pretty much the same so far. They were all average weight at birth (7ish pounds) which made for easy deliveries. Once they were out, they ate really well, gained lots of weight quickly, and refused to sleep through the night for a very long time :).
My kids all look alike when they are babies so baby girl look just like her brothers did at this age. Unless I put a bow on her head most people assume that she is a boy, oh the irony. In our short almost 4 months with baby girl, having a girl has been pretty much the same as having boys.
Now, the one super fun thing that has been completely different with having a girl has been wearing matching bows with my mini-me. I clearly never did that with the boys and it has been so much fun to match with baby girl.
Chilling with my mini-me in our matching bows :)