Two DDs (unless the ultrasound for DD2 was wrong - will find out in a couple of months). It's interesting, we were trying to work this out the other day, as in theory 50% of people should have two the same and 50% two of each. But for us and our friends the trend is skewed towards matching pairs.
Im not sure whether it is urban myth or science but are older men more likely to have girls? KNow this cannot always be the case as lots of people have a girl then a boy but amongst my friends all the ones with partners under 27 ish had boys and the ones with older partners girls - hence people having two of the same as many people have children around two years apart?
I have DS who is 2 and am having a DD (we think) in 2 weeks time. My father was older (38 ish) when having me.
Come to think of it most of my friends have same sex pairs and all the friends I have met since having ds have had boys. This time around everyone I meet is having a girl.