I'm 15 weeks pregnant going on 16 and my ultrasound is in 3 days to see what the sex of my baby is
and I'm sooo anxious to know !
But I heard pets and babies can also tell what it is.
I held my friends one month baby girl and she was
Calm and just quiet.of course she was asleep but I wondered if she knew I was carrying.
My question is, is it possible a baby can tell the sex ? & if so how do they react?
Dont count on that . There are " ways " to tell but I wouldn't rely on an animal or child . Your ultrasound is the best bet . Theres tests you can pick up and it will tell you boy or girl , or tieing a ring on a string . Hope baby corporates during ultrasound to see the sex . Drink orange juice or something before to get baby moving . Congrats im 32 weeks
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