Ramzi- from googling, it looks like placenta position = gender? Placenta on the left is a girl, right is a boy. I haven't had an ultrasound this time around so I don't know... With both of my previous kids the placenta was on my left. Is it relative to me or the baby or on the ultrasound, which would be mirror image? I don't know. Either way, it was wrong once.
Just did the baking soda test- pee on a bit of baking soda, if it sizzles it's a girl and if it doesn't it's a boy. No sizzle here!
My mom and sister and brother and family friend did the needle on a string for me last summer. Not sure if this is the same test, but this was supposed to show number of children and gender of children. Swinging in a circle = girl, straight back and forth = boy, needle suddenly stopping = no more children. A few different people did it on my mom, my brother's girlfriend's mother, a family friend and they were all correct (the girlfriend's mother was shocked/horrified because it listed a second-trimester miscarriage she'd never told her daughter about.) When it was done for me, the results were always girl (correct), then boy (correct) then for all of them- even the ones who weren't in the room to see the results of the other string results- the last one was just weird where it showed girl/boy/girl/boy, did a circular then straight then circle then straight for the same pregnancy. ...so does this mean this child will have both genders? Twins? Sex change later in life? Lol. I don't put a lot of stock in this, and had actually forgotten all about it, but now I'm curious again. Have to get my brother to do it sometime.
I'm craving sweets and breads with strong aversions to cooked veggies and meat, same as with my daughter. But my symptoms are still fairly mild, same as with my son. I don't have a strong feeling either way and whenever I try to think strongly on it, to "intuit" it, I just get this overwhelming "it doesn't matter" feeling. Hrm.