gender prediction

It may be cliché to think a room full of adults wants to partake in gender reveal party games, but just because those overplayed baby shower games are no fun does not mean you have to skip them.

The classic baby shower is now being replaced with the trendy gender reveal party.

A good friend of mine was ecstatic to have the baby girl she had always wanted when she found out she was pregnant last year. Her excitement had her feeling like she knew for sure that a little girl was on the way, so you can imagine her disappointment when the telltale ultrasound appointment crushed her hopes. She was having a boy. Now, she couldn’t be happier, but I can tell it’s only a matter of time before she tries again.

Baby Gender and Sex Prediction
The most accurate way to get a baby gender and sex prediction is via a medical test like an amniocentesis or chorionic villus sampling. Ultrasounds can also provide an  accurate baby gender and sex prediction.

Myth: The presence or absence of morning sickness during pregnancy can predict the baby's sex.

The Chinese Gender Calendar is an ancient Chinese secret. This chart can be used to predict the sex of your unborn child. It was supposedly discovered by a Chinese Scientist who drew this chart which was buried in a Royal tomb about 700 years ago.  To predict what sex your baby will be, locate the age the mother at the time of conception and the month the child was conceived.

Myth: Morning sickness can predict if I am having a boy or girl?

Fact: This is a myth. There is no way to tell from having or not having morning sickness whether you are having a boy or a girl.

Myth: You can predict the sex of your baby based on the following shapes of your belly:

Football = Girl
Baseball = Boy

Round = Girl
Sticking out = Boy

Fact: This is not true. The shape of your belly is not a scientifically proven way to determine the sex of your baby.