Post # 1
my first pregnancy followed the myths to the T! The Chinese gender chart predicted a boy and I was craving salty foods I was carrying low great hair etc…all point to having a boy and I did!
Now I am having all of the girl symtoms… And I’m really excited! Can wait to find out If the myths are true in my case!
Has anyone elses pregnancy gone with or against the pregnancy gender symtom myths?? Very curious!
Post # 3
I read that if you are super super hungry it’s going to be a boy. I ended up miscarrying, but I’m still 100% sure that it was going to be a boy. I gained 30 pounds in 3 months!
Post # 4
Well….no matter what it’s only a 50:50 shot….so a lot of people will see it as “correct”. Because 50% of a population is a large amount of people, the myths get carried through….I don’t believe in any of that stuff. Simple statistics.
Post # 5
I understand it is actually just a 50 50 chance… That’s why I said they were myths. it was just supposed to be for fun.
Post # 6
Everything pointed to us having a boy: the Chinese gender chart, I carried low, my belly stuck right out front instead of spreading to my hips, and my hair darkened and got thicker. But the myths were wrong for me because I had a girl!
Post # 7
My mom had four girls. She likes all the stories too like where you carry them, how fast their heartrate is, what you’re craving, all that. For all but one of us she said everything pointed to a girl, and for my one sister she said everything pointed to her being a boy, no mixed signals for any of us. It’s just the one with all signs pointing to a boy ended up being a girl. But the signs were true 75% of the time in our family.
Post # 8
Well, if anyone has any myths on how to have twin boys, sign me up. LOL I know, call me crazy, but I’m nearly 30 and don’t plan on having a baby for a few years…we want atleast 3 kids (hubs wants 4)…and I don’t want to be having kids past 35, so I figure twins is the way to go the first time around.
Post # 9
JsDragonfly – I want twins too, but unfortunately I don’t think there is a hard and fast way to make that one happen. ahah, if so.. sign me up! 🙂
Post # 10
sign me up to the twin list!
they dont run in our families 🙁
Post # 11
@jsdragonfly: I heard on TV that yams mimic a fertility hormone, so eating lots of them might help you conceive twins. It’s worth a try! LOL
Post # 12
My sister’s kids were predicted correctly.
Post # 13
- Wedding: September 2010 - MacLean Park
So interesting! I heard a new one today. If you have an easy pregnancy but a hard birth, it’s a boy. Hard pregnancy but breezy birth? A girl. I’m only 5 weeks in, so it’s impossible to tell anything other than I’m completely exhausted all the time, but I’d be thrilled either way