I haven't got any positive results but i think I'm pregnant and my mind has ran away with millions of thoughts of pregnancy and babies and all. And I was wondering, for those of you who already have children, did you carry your boys higher on the belly or lower? I have heard they carry higher, but you all would know for sure!
I'm having a girl and I carry her high. I've been told by a million people that I look like I'm carrying a boy and to not be surprised if she pops out one. I think how you carry the baby has nothing to do it with since I've heard mixed thoughts from a lot of people. Its basically where the baby implants and your body structure that depends on how you carry it.
I am 38 weeks pregnant and carrying a boy! He will be my first. I have carried him really low the whole time! I am very long-waisted so I am not sure if that has something to do with it or not! The doctors say I am hiding him very well! I didn't start really sticking out there till about 32 weeks or so!!
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