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Just for fun (I don't buy into these but sometimes they're fun)...I know there are all kinds of myths and old wives tales but this isn't one I've heard shared as much.
You can only try it if you have a child already though, so I'm sorry first time mommies, you'll have to try it if you have another kiddo after this one. You look at the hairline of your youngest child on their neck and if it goes straight across then you will have the same gender, if your child's hair goes to a point you will have the opposite gender.
Here's a link to someone who blogged about it, it worked for her for a while but the update at the bottom proves it wrong for her last baby.
DS1's is straight across and I had another boy. DS2's is a little confusing since it sort of has a point but I think it would be considered straight across as well and we'll be finding out soon if we're having another boy or a girl!
Colleen proud mommy to DS (8/2009), DS (6/2011), and DD (7/2013)
Day #1 is straight across - Ds#2 looks like it could be a point but last time he had a haircut I know it was evenly straight across so I'm not 100% Sure about his. My daughters is hard to tell..I think it's a point though.
Ashley - Wife to Derrick, mommy to Owen-8, Rylan-6 & Addison-3. Baby Nolan is here, born 6/13/13 @ 34 weeks.