Carrying low? It’s a boy.
Bad morning sickness? Definitely a girl.
Feet feeling extra cold? You’re having a fella.
Of course, the only 100 per cent accurate way to know is to wait for the baby’s arrival. (You could also, you know, ask the doctor performing your 20-week ultrasound, but where’s the fun in that?)
For years parents have also been turning to a gender prediction chart, which recently surfaced in the Mamamia Outlouders Facebook group.
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To find out if they’re having a girl or boy, all parents need to do is cross-reference the month they conceived with the age of the mother. The corresponding box is either blue for a boy or pink for a girl.
Listener Melissa shared the chart and asked if it was accurate for other mums, like it had been for her and her friends.
“Would love to know who figured this out if it is spot on,” she said.