Wednesday, November 5, 2008


I read this study and I am wondering is it true for YOUR pregnancy?

"How much a mother eats at the time of conception may influence whether she gives birth to a boy or a girl, a new report shows.
The sex of a child may depend on a mother’s diet. (Paul Hilton for The New York Times)The report, from researchers at Oxford and the University of Exeter in England, is said to be the first evidence that a child’s sex is associated with a mother’s diet. Although sex is genetically determined by whether sperm from the father supplies an X or Y chromosome, it appears that a mother’s body can favor the successful development of a male or female embryo."

Breakfast is my favorite meal! I cannot skip it. It is the first thing I do in the morning, always has been. My mom says even as a baby I had to eat first thing.... guess this means I'll have all boys :) Just wondering is this true for you too?


Krystal said...

I have to have breakfast too and I have a girl and 2 boys...

I dont' think it matters...;)

But it is fun to try and guess!

I'm guessing girl!

Jessica said...

Well...First of all, I BLOGGED!! LOL! Pick yourself back up now.

I am not sure. With Madison, I could not hold anything down. At all! = Girl

With Tristan, I was able to eat. = Boy

So, who knows. Sounds interesting though.

Miss you guys so much!!

Audrey said...

Holy Sh*t!!! My computer crashed and I lost your blog address, but when you left a comment yesterday I was able to find you again. Pregnant???? How did this happen? Ok, I'm a little sloooow. Is it twins and a single? Or single only? My mind is swimming with the thought of triplets! Well, if you are having 5 I had better get busy to catch up!
Call me,

Marlager said...

2 girly girls for me and I *HAVE to have breakfast, I'm thinking your having a girl!

Jessi -in love with her boys:) said...

I can only speak for myself of course. But I had to eat first thing in the morning and I had a boy. But I also craved more sweets and they say that is the sign of a boy as well.

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