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    Default Chinese gender prediction

    Hi just a quick question out of curiosity. How many of you ladies had the right gender according to the Chinese gender prediction and how didn't! My dh is obsessed since I showed him and wanted to only try for those months, he since has come to not care as much but he would like a little boy as we already have a 2 1/2 to princess.

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    Looking at the chart (and if I'm correct) when I conceived DD it was August and I was 29 at the time. It says boy but I had a girl.

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    Mine was correct for our daughter and everyone else I had worked out. Just curiosity as it says boy next month and we had a whoopsy this month which says girl. Dh thinks it's fairly correct.

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    I'll let you know if it was right for me next Thursday

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    Quote Originally Posted by AppleIsleSMum View Post
    I'll let you know if it was right for me next Thursday
    Thanks and good luck.

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    It was wrong for my first child.

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    It was right for both my kids!

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    I think you'll find it's correct 50% of the time.

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    It was right for my little man. But you know, I figure it's got a 50/50 chance of being right like everything else. I tried to convince myself that my conception date was different to wrangle it so that it said girl, but it was definitely boy heh.

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    It's was right for dd.
    My friend also did it, she was sure she was having a girl, she did one of those poas test it said girl. Chinese calendar said boy. She had a boy!


 

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