My first thought was girl. Either way, gorgeous child!
I generally think 90% of babies/toddlers you can only tell their gender by their clothes anyhow.
You can't win. My DD was called a boy from day 1....always in pink. DS has been called a girl since he was born. To me they look like each other, bald till 18mo and chubbabubbas, so I guess to me it was obvious but to others no so
I was going to say boy as well
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Gorgeous kid either way.... those curls will def get the girls
I was mistaken for a boy right up until I turned 12 and I am a very feminine looking adult woman but for some reason I just looked like a boy as a kid.
Haven't read the comments yet, but boy.
My DD got mistaken for her male cousin once because his mum was holding her. She happened to be wearing a black and white striped dress with a dimante heart on the front and a red tulle skirt at the time so I don't quite understand how the mistake happened. SIL just laughed and said "this is my niece, we don't tend to dress DS in tulle skirts." Most of the time though I am not surprised if she gets mistaken for a boy as she hasn't got much hair and I don't really go for the whole girly girl thing since she enjoys eating mud and getting dirty.
And my guess was boy. Something about his face.
Cheeks make me think girl ( as they look like my DD) but t shirt is masculine, so is rest of face. Very much a little cutie. For the record my dd has been mistaken for a boy several times despite having a bow in her hair and wearing pink
Last edited by maternidade; 13-07-2014 at 00:06.
I guess most babies can look like boys or girls hah
The shirt makes me say boy, the face, girl.
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