So I've heard lots of Old Wive's Tales about predicting the gender of baby. I don't put much stock in them of course, but I have been wondering lately about the prevalence of morning sickness and having a girl. It is said that if you experience morning sickness, there is a greater chance of having a girl. Studies have been done to confirm this, although the findings are only something like 53% to 47%... so... not a huge difference.
BUT, with Anna I did experience considerable morning sickness, as well as a few other very specific symptoms. This pregnancy, thus far, has been virtually identical to the last. Down to what symptoms I have, when they started, intensity, etc. I am 12 weeks today, and still feeling nauseous, so this symptom does seem to be lasting longer than last time (I believe it subsided around 11 weeks).
Soooo.... I am feeling fairly confident that this is a girl. I think part of it is just intuition, and the other part, I must admit, is because my pregnancies are so similar. What do you think? Is that any indicator that I'm having another girl?