I can't remember which way is which, but I'm having a boy and carrying pretty low at the moment. I'm 23+ 5 and it feels like the little mister is still in my pelvis except for some days when he travels up near my belly button.
I've heard that if you are having a boy, your bump sticks out farther, and if its a girl, your bump is wider. I've also heard that being pregnant with a girl 'steals your beauty' while being pregnant with a boy gives you beauty. Its funny what people can come up with!
It could be that, this being your second, you have widened a little since giving birth to your daughter. There are changes that take place. After my first the space from front to back widened and my rear was no longer so flat.
sometimes people say they can tell just by looking at your face and the baby daddys face. I think these are all myths and tells people come up with. but fun to play the game sometimes in guessing what friends are having. :)
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