19 weeks pregnant, does my belly look like a boy or a girl? :)
I'm 19 weeks pregnant 2day, i took some pics of my belly today i was just wondering if anyone could tell if im carrying high or low yet? and if my belly looks more like i'm carrying a boy or girl? we already have a 2 & a half year old little girl i was just wondering if anyone could have a guess :) we are def finding out what we are having in 2 days on the 16th :) (that's if the little bub is in the right spot) would def love to hear other inputs :)
I always thought girl was lower and boy was higher? My boyfriend's Aunt just had a baby boy a week or so ago, and she carried very high. My friend here at work, her belly is cute, small and low and she is having a girl. Another friend of mine is about 25 weeks, and her belly is low and is also having a girl. I think for you right now, too soon to go by belly. Your belly is not that big yet. Give it a couple of weeks, but it looks low...so I'll say girl.
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