It's a ... boy?! Photo captures mom's surprised look after delivery.

One North Carolina mom got a huge surprise an 8-pound, 5-ounce surprise, to be exact when she found out she'd given birth to a baby boy.
Nancy Ray, a 32-year-old mom of three in Raleigh, thought she was going to have another girl since that's what the ultrasound technician told her and her husband, Will, weeks earlier. That didn't happen. Now a photo of the moment they found out the baby was a boy has gone viral."I was just holding her and saying how beautiful she was and when it was time to cut the cord, I turned the baby over and I said, 'What is that is this a boy baby!?'" Ray told TODAY Parents. "The midwives said, 'Yes, we were waiting for you to see!' My husband runs over to check to make sure it was really a boy and he proceeds to literally fall on the floor. It was just hilarious. We were in shock on a lot of levels."They named the boy Beaufort. Ray, a wedding photographer, also has two daughters, ages 1 and 3.
"We had gender surprises with our first two and we were totally shocked that both of them were girls," she said. "And I would do a gender surprise every time, but my husband was like, 'Listen, I have to know if we're having three girls. I need to wrap my head around this a bit.'"So at an ultrasound around 18 weeks, they asked. But apparently, the technician didn't get as good of a look as she thought she did, Ray said. And the only other ultrasound Ray had during the pregnancy was at the very end, to make sure the baby was head down, and it was "low and quick," she said, so they didn't see the baby's sex."It was just an honest error," she said. "I'm not mad about it or anything. It turned into a great story."
Although Beaufort was born in December, Ray's story spread after she and her birth photographer, Lauren Jolly, recently shared the hilarious photo, which shows Ray's eyes wide open in surprise and her husband peeking under the baby's blanket. Ray also wrote a blog post about her birth story."My husband is the happiest he could ever be," she said. "He always wanted a boy. He has just loved every second with him."And Ray? "I love being a boy mom more than I ever thought I would," she said.