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    Default Girl or boy?

    I have permission to post photo of child but please don't quote as I will delete later for privacy

    Parent is constantly having children mistaken for the opposite sex. They not offended. Doesn't bother them they just don't see how ppl can't tell

    So do you think girl or boy?ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1405143850.530348.jpg

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    Boy but I have to admit the shirt lead me that way.

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    I'd guess girl.
    My kids are both called the opposite sex. Doesn't bother me in the slightest

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    I'd say boy


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    I'd say boy

    My son was always called a girl as a baby


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    I'm going to say a girl.

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    Am I the only one that can't tell the difference whatsoever? I swear the vast majority of babies and toddlers just look like genderless babies and toddlers.
    It's only from the clothes/hairstyles/toys/etc that they're given that I can ever pick a baby's sex…
    Sorry that's not really helping the OP! Hmm if I had to guess I'd say boy?

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