Maybe this is a little personal, but do you thinnk I should bring the CM to the paper or the paper to the CM? 
Oh wow! I was under the impression that you could test either your urine OR saliva. I've never even heard of testing your CM.

Bring the CM to the paper. If you bring the paper to the CM it's going to get a read from the first thing that it touches down there, like maybe residual urine or whatever is hanging around at the opening of your vagina.

or whatever is hanging around at the opening of your vagina. 
Oh, I do drink cranberry juice  does this work the same as a supplement? I also eat a lot of dairy so that may cover the calcium/magnesium.

I find this very interesting. DD2 was a vitex baby and was a girl, but then again 50/50 chance either way.
ETA: I need to really think where I read this at, some newspaper article yesterday maybe, but it was talking about if you had 4 DC that you would think you would have an equal chance of having 2 DDs and 2 DSs, but this article was saying that you actually had a higher chance of have 3 of one gender and 1 of the other. 
ETA: I need to really think where I read this at, some newspaper article yesterday maybe, but it was talking about if you had 4 DC that you would think you would have an equal chance of having 2 DDs and 2 DSs, but this article was saying that you actually had a higher chance of have 3 of one gender and 1 of the other.

I find this very interesting. DD2 was a vitex baby and was a girl, but then again 50/50 chance either way.
ETA: I need to really think where I read this at, some newspaper article yesterday maybe, but it was talking about if you had 4 DC that you would think you would have an equal chance of having 2 DDs and 2 DSs, but this article was saying that you actually had a higher chance of have 3 of one gender and 1 of the other. 
MyZymurgy  You just gave me a major flash back of genetics class! Thanks for the info  very interesting! If I could choose, I would have 4 girls

That sounds right…There is a higher probability of having 3 children of one gender.
Of the 16 different combinations of having Boy/Girl children you have a: 1/16 (6.25%) chance of all boys 1/16 6.25%) chance of all girls 4/16 (25%) chance of one girl and three boys 4/16 (25%) chance of one boy and three girls 6/16 (37.5%) chance of two girls, two boys So, assuming an equal likelihood of either gender every time– if you have four children there is a 12.5% chance you’d end up will kids that are all the same gender, a 37.5% chance you’d end up with two girls and two boys, and a 50% chance you’d have three of one gender and one of another. 