3164720 tn?1343843476

Boy or Girl Bump ?

Hi, am really interested in ladies opinions on what I am carrying.
I'm 19 weeks today and find out next week what I'm having.
With my son I put on weight all over and was 3 1/2 stone heavier before I gave birth !!
Craved salty foods, take aways, chocolate and generally just rubbish food.
This one I am 4 lbs lighter than before I fell pregnant, and appear to be carrying all out front.
Craving fruit, sweets, and lighter foods like salads, baked potatoes etc.
What do you reckon ??
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1998326 tn?1447103765
I'm the complete opposite of you and I am having a girl. Symptoms and how you carry mean nothing unfortunately, its 50/50 either way. Good luck.
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971074 tn?1362759766
I know it's hard to say. Every pregnancy is different...but I'll guess girl just for fun.
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2037415 tn?1332166326
I say its a girl... We have the same craving I'm having a girl... Lol nd I also lost weight
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3164720 tn?1343843476
Will be so interesting to find out next week!

Everyone said Boy from my nub scan, but all my family (about 10 of them) reckon girl LOL.

My mum carried me all out the front and didn't look pregnant from behind so I guess it just depends on where the baby is laying and the woman's body.

Thanks for your comments ladies! Hope all your pregnancies are going well and good luck for B-day xx
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