Time for another fun installment of the Gender Prediction Project, brought to you by the color yellow and the number 4. :0) I'm having a lot of fun with this little experiment of mine. Looking up various methods of gender prediction has certainly given me a plethora of material to work with, not to mention several great laughs! I still haven't gotten adventurous enough yet to pee on anything, but maybe next time. :0)
Well, it looks like I became a statistic. This was correct with my son as it started swinging back and forth almost right away. It then seemed to stop before it started moving in a gentle circular motion, predicting a girl for us this time around. (If you were wondering, it then predicted another boy, another boy, and a girl before I decided that enough was enough and put my necklace back on my neck.)
This one is very easy. If you have little or no morning sickness you are blessed. ;0) You are also predicted a son. If the toilet has suddenly become your new place of residence, you can expect a daughter. Were this true, I would spend m nights praying for all boys, and I don't think I'd be alone in that prayer. As it is, this was very incorrect with my son, who had me making frequent trips to the nearest bathroom up until I was about 20 weeks along.
This time I am predicted a daughter, as I've again spent quite a large amount of time visiting various bathrooms both at home and in public. My morning sickness does seem to be more severe this time around though, if that means anything. Maybe for me the more severe the more chance of a girl...or maybe just a more vocal little boy. :0)
If you're already pregnant it might seem a little late in the game to have cold feet, but if you are hoping for a specific gender a little extra chill in your toes might be a good thing! According to the old wives, if you're feeling the need for extra socks this pregnancy you can expect a son soon. If you don't notice any temperature difference in your little piggies, use the extra money you're saving on socks to go out and buy some girl clothes!
There was no noticeable chill in my feet during my first pregnancy, making this incorrect with my son. I am generally a very warm blooded person though, so I didn't find it odd. (I am that girl wearing flip flops in December as long as there isn't snow on the ground!) This time around though my toes have been little ice cubes. I've seriously looked down to see my toes and feet changing to a chilly looking purpilish blue color instead of their usual healthy pink. According to this, I a predicted a boy again this time...if I ignore that this was wrong with my son. :0)
That's all for now, but remember to send me some ideas if you know of any fun prediction methods I can use! I'm having a lot of fun sharing these with everyone!