'Hills' Star Whitney Port Is Waiting to Find Out the Sex of Her Baby

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Designer and former star of The Hills, Whitney Port has so much to be happy about! In February, Port, 32, announced she was expecting her first baby with husband, Tim Rosenman.

But between all those preparations for the nursery and wardrobe, Port tells PEOPLE she doesn’t want to know her baby’s gender until the day they’re born.

“It’s only one of two options, so it’s not that crazy! You’re kind of prepared either way,” she said.

Of course, this makes nursery planning a little more difficult as she shares buying is a challenge.

“But so many brands are gender neutral now, so I think you just buy the necessities and wait until you find out to buy the specific things,” she says.

One thing Port is not looking forward to planning is her baby shower, laughing she doesn’t “really want to organize it,” but loved ones have expressed assistance.

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While gender reveals are the norm for many pregnancies, Port seems to like the nontraditional route and tells PEOPLE that it’s important as a parent not to feel pressured by what others are doing.

Making decisions with her husband and “continuing to stay true” to her style like keeping the sex a secret is one of the few ways she’s sticking to her instincts. But don’t think that makes waiting any easier

“At first I was like I really want a boy, they seem so much easier. And then now I’m like, I think I really want a girl,” she Port said. “So you go back and forth but obviously at the end of the day all you want is a healthy baby, I don’t care what I get.”

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