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If your hips seem to be getting wider than your stomach during pregnancy is that a sign of a girl or a boy?

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2015-07-15 18:58:11
2015-07-15 18:58:11

I'm not sure. I would look up old wive's tales to compare, but the best way to tell is to have them. Sometimes, even the scans will be wrong. So the only way to tell is when u have the child :D But w/ your hips getting bigger, I would just say that it's your body getting ready for the birth, because you need big hips to get the baby through easier.

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