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What is the best to plan for the gender of your child or children?
Lots and lots of yellow and green clothes! Otherwise, wait until you're in your last trimester and get an ultrasound to find out the sex of your child for sure. Doctors can often tell you the sex at 5 months or so, but I've known people who expected a girl and got a boy based on the one ultrasound. If you aren't bothered by little Bobby Jr. spending the first few months of his life in little pink rompers this won't really matter too much. Your best bet when your child is in the first year or two of his life is to get second-hand clothing. It's far less expensive and most kids at this stage of life only get to wear an outfit a few times before they grow out of it.
If your question is how can you plan for a specific gender, there are a bunch of old wives' tales. However, I have read that a high/low ph in your body helps one or the other. I don't remember which. You can probably find out that info on an online site about pregnancy, etc.
If you are planning for clothes, toys, etc. northweststarr's answer works. If you have several children, you will just dress them in whatever is clean and handy, when they are very small. You will have to change them many times a day, so it is not worth worrying about.
there is no scientific way to predict the gender of your baby, the old wives tale and the Chinese calendar doesn't work.
by mathslover7 years ago
Would you get an ultrasound to see what is your baby's gender or would you wait till its born?
by Catherine Taylor5 years ago
If you had a child with gender identity issues would you allow them to dress as the opposite sex?In the news I read an article that reported a school would not allow a 6 year old boy to use the boys or girls bathroom...
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