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04-07-2014 21:29 #1
is this a nub? guesses please
Last edited by HeyMissA; 05-07-2014 at 08:14. Reason: add photo
04-07-2014 21:32 #2
04-07-2014 21:58 #3
Cant see a nub, sorry. Any other pictures?
04-07-2014 22:13 #4
Maybe a girl?
04-07-2014 22:41 #5
My guess is girl. I can see the nub
05-07-2014 05:45 #6
I'm going boy cause of up direction
Me + DH + DS (3yr) + Bub #2 due July 14
05-07-2014 07:14 #7
Thanks all. Gender scan in 1 week!
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Last edited by HeyMissA; 05-07-2014 at 08:15.
05-07-2014 07:46 #8
Apparently pointing upwards means boy, so im guessing boy!
05-07-2014 08:25 #9
Looks like the umbilical cord not the nub.
05-07-2014 10:38 #10
The baby is sort of curled up so can't really say which way it's pointing?
Let us know the verdict! Second pic is less clear to me than first.
In the first pic the nub is the tiny two lines not the big thick thing, IMO anyway. I think pp is right and that could be the cord?
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