So tell me lady's of 2 different sexes
What stood out for a boy over a girl in your pregnancy that made you go yup it's a girl this time or boy this time and have it been right?
According to everything I find so far I'm having a boy again which id love the only thing I'm finding different this time around is I haven't gained much weight at all but put this down to second baby and being older most of my friends say girl.
So I'm curious to hear what everyone else experiances :-)
+ Reply to Thread
Results 1 to 10 of 15
16-05-2016 16:14 #1Senior Member
- Join Date
- Mar 2010
Good old gender chat :-P
16-05-2016 16:21 #2
I've had two boys and one girl. Both my boys (first and third babies) I had patch of dermatitis on the same spot on my chin. I have never had dermatitis before anywhere and both times it cleared completely when i gave birth. I didn't get that with my daughter. That was the only really noticable thing that stands out. I guess I wasn't as big with my daughter as well.
Last edited by Barnaby; 16-05-2016 at 16:23.
The Following User Says Thank You to Barnaby For This Useful Post:
16-05-2016 16:44 #3
I have 2 boys both pregnancies were different. I too gained barely anything second pregnancy and had heaps of people guess it was a girl. Worse MS too. I always thought boy based on the fact he was super active in the womb, and the fact that boys outnumber girls in our extended family 4-1. Sorry not much help, I think gender guesses are a load of BS, it's a 50-50 chance, that is all! 😂
The Following User Says Thank You to sunnygirl79 For This Useful Post:
16-05-2016 16:51 #4
I have a son and I'm pregnant with a girl.
With DS, no morning sickness and with my girl a bit of nausea.
Terrible skin with my girl and beautiful skin with my boy.
craved savoury with DS and sweet with this one.
My hcg was higher with this one than with DS too.
The Following User Says Thank You to rainbow road For This Useful Post:
16-05-2016 16:56 #5
I have one of each. Both pregnancies were very similar except with DS I had a lot more braxton hicks and pelvic pain, but I think that had a lot more to do with it being a second pregnancy rather than sex of the baby. He was a full kg heavier at birth too so that explains why I felt so much bigger!
My weight gain, morning sickness etc were all pretty much the same.
The Following User Says Thank You to Cue For This Useful Post:
16-05-2016 17:08 #6Senior Member
- Join Date
- Mar 2015
There were some differences. I had moderate MS with DS. Horrible MS with DD. Otherwise everything was similar. I actually just had weird gut instincts when it came to whether I was carrying a boy or girl. I knew DS was a boy and I knew DD was a girl. Could be a fluke but I just knew.
16-05-2016 17:39 #7
No real differences in early pregnancy. Girl then boy. More heartburn with DS and had some pelvic instability but i think that was more because it was second pregnancy.
The Following User Says Thank You to smallpotatoes For This Useful Post:
16-05-2016 17:41 #8
All 3 pregnancies were simular, gained the same amount of weight with all and was all baby with all 3 and I never had morning sickness. 3 boys.
The Following User Says Thank You to Blessedwith3boys For This Useful Post:
16-05-2016 18:09 #9
I have 2 girls and their pregnancies were mirror image of each other. No ms, extreme fatigue, no cravings, off coffee first trimester. Am early pregnant with our 3rd and so far everything is different already have ms, no more tired than normal and off all food especially sweet things. So time will tell!
The Following User Says Thank You to Soon2be4 For This Useful Post:
16-05-2016 18:18 #10
2 boys for me and very different pregnancies. Carried one high the other low, gained much less weight with smaller bump second time, massive swollen feet and fingers etc with ds1 but none with ds2. So if I hadn't known the sex I would have been sure ds2 was going to be a girl.
The Following User Says Thank You to nh2489 For This Useful Post:
Transition into Parenthood / Calmbirth SydneyJulie's Transition into Parenthood and Calmbirth courses for pregnant couples will get you ready, prepared and ...
LATESTToilet training: when is the best time to start?Why it is OK for your child to be differentWhat is a blessing way? How is it different to a baby shower?
POPULARWhen can I start giving chores to my children?New baby nursery checklist – a guide to newborn essentialsWhat to pack for labour and hospital – a checklist
FORUMS - chatting now ...
Happiness thread.General Chat
Mixed slumber partyGeneral Chat
any one else get a bfp after laparoscopy?Endometriosis Chat
Missed miscarriage... waiting, waiting, waitingPregnancy Loss Support
Flying with a 7 month old - overnight or during day better?General Parenting Tips, Advice & Chat
Am I the only thread killer??General Chat
April/May TTC group chatConception & Fertility General Chat
Selling your house privately...General Chat