Thursday, 29 March 2018

Gender test, boy or girl?

This is something I've been super excited to post/film for quite a while now and if you haven't guessed it, it is all to do with the 'old wives tale' tests and tricks.

Seeing as we aren't finding out the gender of baby no3 I thought this would be a really fun thing to put together and see what the results come out at.
I chose eight different methods of 'finding' out the gender of baby and I'm going to share my results with you.😊

I would like to point out that I know full well these tests are in no way at all accurate, it is all just a bit of fun and it will be interesting to see how close the results did come to guessing baby's  gender on the day baby arrives!

If your not up for the read, skip ahead to the video just below.😉


And if your still with me lets get going!

The first test I started with was the Chinese conception calendar. this test is based on my age at the time conception and the month of conception. Now there are a few different ones so I just picked the second picture in Google images (the first one I didn't understand.) My result for this was...
BOY
The next test was the baking soda test, this involves pouring some pee (nice) onto baking soda and the theory I read was that if the baking soda fizzes up it means boy, and if it did nothing, girl. My result for this was...
GIRL
The third test was the wedding ring test, this test involves threading a wedding/promise ring through a piece of thread and hanging it over your bump. The theory is that if the ring sways side  to side baby is a boy and if the ring sways around in a circle, baby is a girl. I'm not sure who came up with that crazy idea, but I still did it and my result for this one was...
GRIL
The next test (which isn't really a test, more of a tale) is all to do with body hair and how fast/thick it grows or how slow/fine it grows. The theory behind this one is that if your hair grows thick and fast baby is a boy, and if it grows fine and slow baby is girl. Now I'm loving my result for this one either way and if you haven't guessed what that means my result was...
GIRL
Another tale for you, this one is all to do with bump height. They say if your bump is sitting high baby is a girl and if bump is sitting lower, baby is a boy. When I was filming this I thought my bump looked low, but watching it back I now think it looks a little high. I will go with my original result however which was...
BOY
The next one was a little funny and that was the breast test. Now if you watched the video you will see that I had a good feel 😂 this was quite hard to determine as they both felt pretty similar, not only that they have both grown A LOT since becoming pregnant. The theory behind this one is that a larger right breast means girl and a larger left breast, means boy. My result was...
GIRL
The next test/tale is all to do with your baby's ultrasound picture. I read that if baby has a sloping forehead and a square jaw line, baby is a boy and for a girl it is if baby's head appears rounder. For me I defiantly felt baby's head looked very round, that can only mean that for me the result was...
GIRL
We are now at the last one all to do with how often/much baby moves in the belly. The theory is that if baby moves about very often it means boy and that is baby is calm and chilled out, it means girl. Now I've read that the more babies you have the earlier you are more likely to feel a little kick or the 'butterflies'...I did not for a quite some time and this did slightly worry me a little, but now I 100% feel baby give a kick here and there. I can tell you that it is not very often, meaning that for me the result was...
GIRL

So after all those little tests I had a total of two for boy and 6 for girl. So according to all that we should be expecting a little girl, but I won't hold my breath as there is still a 50% chance baby could be a boy.

Have you tried out any of these tests/tales? Did you find different results or the same tests with the opposite answer? Let me know!

take care xo



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