“I don’t know, as long as my child is happy” would be the most logical answer. It is impossible to predict a child’s future gender identity at birth. Today, people often assume that gender identity is primarily fixed already at birth, but only becomes apparent when a child is aware of the difference between men and women.
Many intersex people identify as women or men and often also agree with the gender marker they were assigned at birth. Sometimes intersex people who have been assigned a gender at birth, may realise that this is wrong for them as they grow up. This means they will probably want to change their name and how they present to fit better with their gender identity. Others may decide to not identify as a woman or a man (non-binary gender) and wish to express both or neither aspect of what is considered traditionally masculine and feminine. Two intersex people who share the same sex characteristics may have different gender identities.