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The Education of boys and girls

When you are expecting a baby, the desire to ask questions – how much it would weigh rebeccak to cope with the tantrums and hyperactivity of the child. what he would be like, what he will become when I grow up (Yes, Yes, many expectant mothers even ask myself this question) is as natural as frequent urination. And while some parents spend hours coming up with a name for the new baby, other all nine months of pregnancy suffer a single question: boy or girl?

Expectations and superstition

Regardless, we are ready to admit it or not, old wives ‘ tales and superstitions possess the minds of many, even the most enlightened future parents: if the stomach women “acute” and is directed forward, so she will have a boy. If the abdomen was globular, protruding and sides, she should prepare for the appearance of girls. It is also believed that if a woman during pregnancy, lost her looks, she’s a girl, but if bloomed, boy. Another popular superstition that if a pregnant drawn to sweet, so will be a girl, if cold and salty – boy. If the future Pope during pregnancy its second half gained a few pounds, then you need to prepare for the appearance of girls.

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