Last Updated: Apr 12, 2017
The nine months of pregnancy are a monumental time for expecting mothers. While your baby bump continues to grow, you have so many things to consider like how much diapers cost, choosing a name, and learning about the many safety requirements. But just know you’re not alone—nearly 4 million babies are born in the United States each year (that’s an average of more than 250 newborns every minute!).
Most families find out the gender of their baby by going in for an ultrasound. But for those who would rather wait, there’s no harm in guessing! We’ve compiled the most popular wives’ tales and pregnancy myths behind predicting the sex of a baby into this 10 question gender predictor quiz.
After you welcome your new baby to the world, make sure to inform your friends and family with a customizable birth announcement to keep everyone in the loop.
Baby Gender Predictor Quiz
It’s A Boy!
Woo hoo! We’ve crunched the numbers and based on your feedback our magic crystal ball is predicting an adorable baby boy. You can expect quite the adventure as boys tend to be more active and competitive at an earlier age than girls.
If you’re satisfied with the results, then you may consider searching through this wide selection of baby boy birth announcements. It’s also never too early to browsing through these baby boy room ideas.
It’s A Girl!
Hip hip hooray! We’ve tallied it up and based on your feedback our magic crystal ball is predicting a lovely little girl. Get ready for some heartfelt conversations as studies have found that girls tend to be more in tune with their emotions and develop vocabulary at an earlier age.
If you’re satisfied with the results, then you may consider searching through this wide selection of baby girl birth announcements. It’s also never too early to start browsing through these baby girl room ideas.
Hard to say
Too close to call! Based on your feedback, we aren’t able to safely predict what the gender of your baby will be. Either way make sure to give your little one lots of encouragement from the get-go. Their development has much more to do with life experiences than it does with their gender.
Even if you’re unsure of what color to paint the nursery just yet, it’s never too early to start browsing through these 300 baby room ideas. You can also start searching through this incredible selection of birth announcements to notify friends and family of it’s arrival.