I'm 10 weeks prego with baby number 2 yay! Have any of you done this test? How accurate is it?
It said I would have a 2 boys and a girl then 2 more boys. Except I do not plan to add 2 more boys to my crew. Love the blog!
The baby gender pencil test is a folk tradition in which a person suspends a pencil above a woman's wrist, and the direction it swings is purported to predict the gender of the baby. The test can be performed on a woman regardless of her maternity status, and it predicts the gender of her children in order. To perform the test, take a sharpened pencil, and stick a needle into the eraser on top of the pencil.
It is also said that this test can reveal the birth history of a woman who already has children, and can even predict the gender of future children for a woman who is not pregnant. Supposedly the test will work on men as well. Pencil with an eraser on the end 2.
Lie on your back and have your partner or a friend dangle the thread over your baby bump, allowing it to move in whatever motion comes organically. Expectant moms swear the test can provide on-point results. Went in circles.
She would take a few minutes, and say whether it is a boy or a girl in your womb. One such bizarre gender prediction test is the ring on a string game. Predicting the gender of your baby is interesting and helps you and your partner connect to the baby.
Looking for a fun gender prediction test? Check out these 17 creative and wacky ways to predict if your baby will be a boy or a girl. Get pen and paper to make your own gender prediction chart and then read on to see whether baby seems more like a girl or boy.
When a woman is expecting a baby, the most common question she hears is "Is it a boy or a girl? Others get so excited, they'll try all sorts of things to predict the sex of the baby before it's time for an ultrasound. In fact, 50 to 70 percent of expectant parents want to find out the sex of their unborn child [source: Walsh ].
After finding out I was pregnant for the second time, my partner and I waited a few weeks before telling friends and family that I was due with baby number two. Call it Southern superstition, but I come from a family of strong believers in avoiding sharing the news until you pass the week mark. All anybody could talk about was predicting baby's sex, if it workedand if we'd tried it yet. And if we hadn't, what old wives' tales would we try to find out baby's sex?