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    Hi ladies,
    I just did the baking soda gender test for a laugh and maybe a little bit for reals too... Just wondering has anyone done it at it came to be right? mine said girl even if you don't know the gender of bubs yet it's fun and easy to do and then we can see how many times it comes out right or wrong when we do find out lol

    The test is a teaspoon of baking soda in a disposable cup and pour your pee into it... If it fizzes its a boy if it doesn't do anything it's a girl. Ill find out on the 31st if mine is right or not lol

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    Wow I haven't heard that one before I might have to give it a go lol

    I find out in 6 days! The last 8 weeks have gone sooo slow!

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    I'll try it and report back

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    Yay DH thinks I'm so silly for trying I was like it just fun and if it turns out to be right then even better

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    Its all a bit of fun really!

    I've done the ring test (girl) but Chinese calendar says boy! Have you done either of those?

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    Ok I just did it and no fizz so would indicate girl ... and yes I'm having a girl

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    Subbing, I am going to try it lol and I am due in 6 weeks I will report back then

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    Never heard of this. I'll give a go next time I need to wee and report back.
    I am due in feb so will try to report back on whether it was accurate, I don't believe these things but is fun to test anyway.

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    Just did it and there was no fizz so according to the test I am having a girl. I have two girls already so it is probably quite likely this one is too but we shall see in a few weeks.

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    I want to try this!!


 

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