Could choosing your baby's gender be as simple as changing the way you eat and diet? According to new research, it just may be, though not every dieter will find it simple.
A study from the Netherlands showed that women who had sex up to three to four days before ovulation ate a certain diet were 81 percent more likely to conceive a girl.
November 1, 2013, marks the first day German birth certificates will have three gender identity options: male, female, and blank. The blank designation gives parents the option of waiting until later to specify the male / female identity of their child.
The Ericsson (albumin) method has been used for medically assisted gender selection techniquesince around the mid 1970's and was pioneered and patented by Dr. Ronald Ericsson.
The classic baby shower is now being replaced with the trendy gender reveal party.
Holding a gender reveal party is a cool way to let everyone you know and love the sex of your baby, but do you have any idea how to plan a gender reveal party?
Gone are the days of husbands screaming out, “it’s a boy!” as he watches the doctor pull the baby out for the very first time. Though this is still an option, many people choose to learn the gender of their baby before the day of delivery.
There are plenty of old wives’ tales that purport to tell which gender a baby is, as well as modern technological and medical advances that can predict and identify the gender. Here are some of the ways.
Research shows that controlling your baby’s gender naturally is not impossible.
A party theme drives all other choices in party planning, including party invitations, timing, location, food and games. Gender reveal parties can follow a seasonal theme or they can give guests an off-the-wall look at your take on the gender reveal.