Is there a online gender prediction chart for 15 year olds?

April - posted on 06/12/2012 ( 41 moms have responded )

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I'm 15 years old, born in 1997 looking for an easy online gender prediction chart to see if my baby is a boy or girl. I'm 17 weeks and 2 days pregnant today I'm due November 18th this year. My last OB appointment they did an ultrasound but they didn't let me know what the gender was. I'm trying to go shopping for stuff but items these days aren't really that good for an either or child (like you have to know the gender because they make stuff look so pasific for either a girl or boy not inbetween like green or yellow) I know gender predictions aren't always correct but i would love too see what I might be having to get some ideas. Any answers would help, Thanks!:)

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Sherri - posted on 06/13/2012

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Wow! Colors are the least of your worries for a 15 year old mom. Good Luck!!

Sarah - posted on 06/12/2012

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Don't rely on any gender prediction chart if you want a reliable way to tell so you can buy ahead. Just ask your doc, they'll tell you. Can I give you a little hint here? Define the difference between wants and needs when it comes to pre-shopping. Diapers, onesies, sleepers, receiving blankets, a crib/bassinet, care seat, stroller are all needs. Toys, cute outfits, bouncers, etc. are all wants. Consider looking at garage sales, advertise on Facebook your need, many moms will donate things or sell for super cheap. Don't buy too many outfits for very young age because they'll wear sleepers most of the time the first 3-6 months anyways. Good luck!

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 06/15/2012

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And I'm sure, Sarah, that if you take a second, you'll realize that by posting her age, birth year, etc in the original post, April probably knew that she'd get comments regarding her age.

Which, I may point out, are not inappropriate, because she, April, is the one that originally brought up the subject of age!

And, I may add that I would say the same things, face to face, that I have online.

Fact: 15 IS young to be having kids. Ok, that's a fact. is it impossible? No, but it is more difficult. Is that meant to be a "scare tactic", no, but if April were my daughter, niece, sister, cousin, neighbor's kid...I'd be saying the same thing straight to her! Is it better to sugar coat the situation, and make everyone think that a teen mom is going to have nothing but rainbows and sparkles in raising their baby? NONE of us have an easy time with kids, but its a fact that the younger you are, the more difficulty you face, purely because of your age. You aren't a full adult, and that creates obstacles that you have to face down and get through.

April has gotten some very good advice, recommendations, and support. She hasn't been lectured, belittled, or shunned. I don't know if you've noticed, but ANY post that mentions age gets comments regarding the age, whether its young mothers, or someone that posts that they want to have a baby at 50...

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 06/15/2012

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Sarah,

I just went back and re-read responses, just to make sure I wasn't missing anything. Nowhere do I see any "little digs". I see comments regarding finding appropriate items for the baby, recommendations to shop at second hand stores, people saying that colors truly aren't a big deal...Yes, some comments about being young, but honey...those comments aren't digs, they're observations. Now if someone had gone on a rant about how inappropriate it is, how irresponsible, etc, then, yes, your comment would have merit. Commenting about the age in general? To be expected, and taken with a grain of salt.

Nowhere did I see "scare tactics" about being a parent, either. Some answers were more straight forward and direct than others, but that's a style of speaking (typing).

And, if you truly consider the whole subject, what COLORS you get for baby are irrelevant in the larger picture. New parents of any age should be more concerned about basic necessities, as you pointed out. Need versus Want.

Clothing, itself, is a NEED. Specific colors/designs of said clothing? A WANT.

Sarah - posted on 06/15/2012

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Shawn, her age is irrelevant. Any comments on it are inappropriate. They imply more than an observation. No one would dare comment, 'Oh, you're only 30.' It's pretty sad that we should believe judgments to be expected instead of realizing that they can scare or hurt someone. I'm not the only one who has made this observation either on this thread. I simply am choosing to support the OP (as have most of the women) instead of judging her (as a few have). You may disagree, and that's okay, but I still don't think it's appropriate that comments on her age at all should be made or expected to "take it with a grain of salt", because pouring salt in a wound still stings.

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Melissa - posted on 07/15/2015

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Hey don't u listen to what people have to say. (Btw I know this comment is a little late 😂) but I'm 14 and 34 weeks pregnant and there's many judgmental people out there. They don't know at all wat went through and are going through. I can't even stand going outside because of all the people. They treat me as if everything was my fault. Like umm excuse me there was another person involved for this baby to be made 💁🏻. And like no one judges my bf. He isn't even being judged by other ppl at all. It's like if I'm the bad guy and he's the little innocent victim. We pregnant teens have it rough and u know that. But sadly other people don't. So don't u listen to them okay? Keep ur head up missy!!

Amanda - posted on 07/09/2014

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Ill be 16 this month, and I am 5 months pregnant. Don't listen to the haters sweetie. Its not JUST your fault. It takes 2 to tango.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 06/19/2012

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Hey April, don't worry about clothing yet. I know it is exiting and you want to start getting cloths, but hopefully you will get a baby shower and it will take care of a lot of necessities. But, if you wait for your next ultrasound, let them know you want to know the gender. You usually have one around 20weeks for measurements of your bub, and to find out the gender.

If you do go shopping, get a variety of sized. Do not get much newborn stuff because your baby will grow out of it within the first 2 weeks. Good luck!

User - posted on 06/19/2012

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No ... the ancient chinese knew that 15 years old is too young to carry a baby!

Julia - posted on 06/16/2012

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I just want to say one more thing, if you're even still reading this, April. I'm going to be honest and I hope you're not weirded out.

Somebody mentioned saving up money for formula. You should at least think about breastfeeding. You'll be doing yourself a huge favor. I know it might seem weird, but believe me, you can't even imagine how you'll feel when your baby is born. It could easily be less weird when you see the baby and hold him or her in your arms.

People often say that breastfeeding is hard work, but honestly it is much MUCH easier than bottle feeding. The hard part only lasts about a month, while you and the baby learn how to do it. It is definitely the best thing for your baby, but aside from that it is FREE, the milk is always clean, always the right temperature, and never spoils. Best of all, when the baby wakes up at 3 in the morning and you aren't even thinking straight you can just sit down and feed him (or her) right away, instead of staggering to the kitchen, finding a clean, sterile bottle (which you boiled earlier that day), filling it with expensive formula (which you might have to mix, depending on the type), warming it to just the right temperature, all the while listening to an increasingly desperate, screaming baby. I've also had friends tell me that a lot of the formula spoils if you're not really careful, and that's just wasted money. When people asked me why I nursed my babies I told them I'm too lazy to bottle feed.

I had trouble finding support with breastfeeding when I had my first baby. My mom gave me a book, "The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding". I read it while I was pregnant and it was a total lifesaver. I'm not even kidding, I really don't know how I would have made it through with all the extra work and expense of dealing with formula. I hope this helps.

Sherri - posted on 06/15/2012

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Sarah, I understand that you are concerned about the feelings of April...and so am I. I believe strongly that it is important to always be mindful of what we say and how we make others feel. Surely, we are free to ask whatever question or concern that is on our minds. However, in my opinion; at whatever age, I am concerned that she has posed the wrong question to ask. We are a "circle of moms"(mostly experienced moms), that are here and ready to ADVISE and SUPPORT. I think that after the baby gets here April will realize quickly that any money spent should have been saved for baby formula, pampers, Dreft laundry detergent to wash the baby's clothing etc. There could possible medications that the baby may need. I am positive, like many other moms have stated, that those first 2 months, she will only need a few white onesies (they come in six packs), and maybe some booties. Keep those fresh and clean and make sure the baby is properly fed and nurtured. She will only need a few outfits for doctor visits. When she returns to work, she will find that daycare cost is PAINFUL to the pockets. so it is important to SAVE, SAVE, SAVE! Best of Luck to you April!

Julia - posted on 06/15/2012

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Congratulations, April!
Feeling like you want to shop for the baby is good, it means you're already adapting to your role as a mom. That said, try to get somebody to throw you a baby shower. You really won't need much at first. You'll need a safe place for the baby to sleep, a car seat, a stroller or carrier (a sling or carrier can work until your baby is big enough to ride in an inexpensive "umbrella" stroller), a snowsuit if you live in an area with cold winters, some stretchie suits, some warm blanket sleepers, onesies, tiny socks, and a couple of hats. Most babies outgrow newborn size in a week or 2, so you might want to get size 3 mos. I suggest a black-and-white theme for the furniture because it's gender neutral and helps the baby's brain develop, but primary colors work too. It also depends on what you like because the baby won't care for the first few years. You can probably get your furniture and a lot of the clothes from a thrift store or yard sale, etc. with the exception of the car seat. It's safest to buy a car seat new.

The reason I suggest a baby shower is because it will make things easier for you, but also because this is the last time for the next 20 years or so that you will be able to focus entirely on yourself. Get some nice maternity clothes (not too many, you won't be wearing them for long) and some pregnancy and childcare books or magazines. Eat well, do yoga or something, take a childbirth class. Sleep a lot. Take care of yourself, learn as much as you can and enjoy the pregnancy.

I had my first baby at 19, so I was done with high school and living on my own, but I was young and poor (I don't know your financial situation, only that it's tough to earn a living early in life). She's in college now, gorgeous and happy. The best part of starting early is that I'm still pretty young and my kids are almost grown up. I can go to concerts and stuff with them, and they're never embarrassed to hang out with me :)

Lucy - posted on 06/14/2012

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I reckon there's a 50% chance you're having a girl.
How's that for a prediction!

Don't waste your money or time on 'Gender Prediction'. Nothing can predict what gender baby you're having, apart from an ultrasound scan.
At your second scan (in the UK around 25 weeks I think) they can tell you the sex of your child anyway. Which gives you 15 weeks to buy stuff. Chill out :)

Tara - posted on 06/14/2012

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It would be best to either wait till the dr tells you for sure or buy gender neutra plain colors. I looked at multiple chinese prediction calenders with both of my kids and they were wrong both times. If I had relied on those i would have had all pink stuff when my son was born :) They are fun to look and and see what they say but dont rely on their accuracy.

Kirsten - posted on 06/14/2012

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Up until the day before my son was born I was told he was deffinately a girl, he was for sure not a girl so we had to return everything. With my daughter the dr said she was a girl and showed us proof so we got all pink but now for this baby I want mostly gender neutral in the beginning so if we end up having one more we won't have to reget everything. Good luck.

Sarah - posted on 06/14/2012

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I have to say, the little digs people are taking at this girls age is disgusting. Judging her isn't helping her. If she was YOUR daughter, would you want people to comment like that to her? She may be young, but she is still going to be a mother no matter what comments anyone makes about it. Instead of making her more scared than she likely already is, offer words of support and encouragement so that she has the tools she needs to succeed at motherhood, not shutting her down and making her believe she can't do it. I am happy to see that the vast majority of women are offering kind words of advice, but can we please keep this to answer the question she asked instead of judging her based on her age?

Melanie - posted on 06/14/2012

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First, April, congratulations. You really don't need much clthing for the baby at first. You will need a couple sleepers for when you go out. The first couple of months the easiest clothing is sleeper gowns. They cover the baby totally up. I have a friend whose daughter wore her gowns for years. They just got shorter on her. You also need to think about what the weather will be like since you are due in November. Most of the clothes out right now are for summer so they are lighter material than for winter use. You have quite awhile before you have to have yourself ready for your child to come home. I agree with other mothers who say check out garage sale and consignment sales. Babies do not stay in 1 size for long so most baby clothes are a great buy. You can find things in like new condition at a greatly reduced price.You even find new things at the sales because most people over estiumate the amount of clothing they need. Plus your family and/or friends will usually have at least one Baby Shower for you. You will get a lot of things at them.My grand daughter got so mch at her shower that she could outfit triplets easily. Relax and enjoy your pregnancy as it is only your first time once. Stay healthy and try walking a lot. It will strenghthen your muscles and help when it is time for you to deliver. Yes, you are young but so were a lot of others. You can do it. Don't be afraid to ask for help when you need it. My oldest son was born when I was 16. He has turned out to be a wonderful man and father.

Pamela - posted on 06/14/2012

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Why not have some patience and allow a future ultrasound to identify the gender. You'll still have plenty of time to shop....even if you do so in the last month of your pregnancy. LEARNING PATIENCE NOW will be a big benefit by the time the baby arrives! Babies demand patience!

The highest and best to you.

Suzanne - posted on 06/14/2012

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I did some online ones and it kept on telling me I was having boys. I had 2 girls, I was having twins. So it all could be wrong. I would just get red, blues, whites, yellows and some other clothes that could be for either child. Babies when born are in onies, so it is not that major. You can get more once the baby is born. It does not that matter what colour the kid is dressed in. I was in blue as I had hand me downs from my boy cousin, and it all worked out fine.

Paige - posted on 06/14/2012

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Book another appt tell your dr you want to find out the gender, any time between 18-25 weeks they can see easily. I'm actualy surprised at your last appt they didn't tell you but it may have been too early. I am due Nov 6th and hoping for a girl my ultrasound is in 5 days so I am hoping baby will be spread egle so we can find out. I know what you mean about baby clothes, you know 5 years ago when I had my son it was easy to buy gender nutral items but now it is pretty much boy or girl with no in between. Good luck to you.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 06/14/2012

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another thought: For things like onesies, etc, buy white, and then RIT dye...in any color you want!

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 06/14/2012

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As someone else posted becoming a mom at 15, you should have plenty more to worry about than whether or not your kid's a boy in a "girlie" car seat, or a girl in a "boyish" car seat.



Safety, nurturing, and protection are what's really important, not the color of hte clothes, blankets, etc.



and again, not sure where you're looking, but everywhere has generic colors in car seat choices too.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 06/14/2012

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You'd be better off to buy neutral colours, which can be found pretty much anywhere. Gender "prediction" isn't accurate, and I seriously don't recommend it. Plus, unless you've got a pretty healthy bank account, you may want to check second hand, goodwill, arc stores, etc, for better bargains on gently used items.

But seriously, you CAN find neutral colors everywhere. Especially in this day and age of parents not wanting to "confuse" their kids...If you aren't seeing yellow or green, then you're in a specific gender section, rather than just "baby clothes"

Oh, and I dressed my boys in pink, and no where does it say that you'll be striken down if you dress a girl in blue.

Jamie - posted on 06/14/2012

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Okay... the only time the sex of the baby is given is 100% accurate is through an amniocentesis which is usually not necessary and can be quite dangerous. I have 2 children, a boy and a girl. When I was pregnant with my son, they couldn't tell the sex from the ultrasound but I felt so strongly that I was having a boy! I was soooooo happy to be right! And when I was pregnant with my daughter, several ultrasound technicians kept swearing that she was a boy, although I felt pretty strongly that I was having a girl. Everything that was bought for her was for a boy. Everything was dark blue or black, nothing in neutral colors. So needless to say, when she was born, we were all very surprised! And I of course was absolutely ecstatic. It e was definitely a lot of fun to take everything back after she was born and shop for pink stuff! But the stroller, car seat and bassinet were already assembled so we used them for her.she never once noticed! Good luck to you little mama and don't worry so much about the little things they can usually beresolved quite easily

Shawna - posted on 06/14/2012

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Most doctors won't tell you until the baby is 20 weeks because it is too easy to make a mistake before that time. At 20 weeks, gender prediction from sonogram is still only 80% accurate (now of course that is an aggragate and a lot has to do with how experienced your sonogram tech is). Wait until your next sonogram. You have time. Also, when you see your baby you'll know it doesn't matter if it wears blue or pink or neon green with yellow stripes. It is the most beautiful baby in the world and what ever it is in will work. Babies don't care what color they wear or what color their car seats are. They just care that their mommies love them.

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I agree withSarah, buy the must have items thatshe mentioned. My first was born in November and he spent all winter in sleepers. I suggest getting a few blanket sleepers that are for birth to nine months. Also check out consignment shops and consignment sales at Churches. Good luck!

Kirsty - posted on 06/14/2012

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Hey, everyone is right, for the first few months the baby will only wear baby grows but have a stack as your need them if your baby is a sicky one like my second son was lol. At your 20 week scan as soon as you go in say that if possible you would like to know the sex of the baby so they know from the beginning other wise they might not look. I wouldn't advice prediction charts as they told me and my friends we were having girls and wev all had boys. If you want to buy things now just buy creams or whites as a boy or girl can wear that, but your have plenty of time after your 20 week scan to buy things. I wouldn't also advice trying to buy pram, car seat etc that would suit both so you can re use it if you ever decide to have anymore. Oh and I don't see what help it is people commenting on how young you are, its hard becoming a parent no matter your age. I kniw a few young mums and they are brilliant. So I wish you all the luck, but not because your young because your having a baby. Cherish it, it is the mist wonderful thing you will ever do x take care x x

Kirsty - posted on 06/14/2012

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Hey, everyone is right, for the first few months the baby will only wear baby grows but have a stack as your need them if your baby is a sicky one like my second son was lol. At your 20 week scan as soon as you go in say that if possible you would like to know the sex of the baby so they know from the beginning other wise they might not look. I wouldn't advice prediction charts as they told me and my friends we were having girls and wev all had boys. If you want to buy things now just buy creams or whites as a boy or girl can wear that, but your have plenty of time after your 20 week scan to buy things. I wouldn't also advice trying to buy pram, car seat etc that would suit both so you can re use it if you ever decide to have anymore. Oh and I don't see what help it is people commenting on how young you are, its hard becoming a parent no matter your age. I kniw a few young mums and they are brilliant. So I wish you all the luck, but not because your young because your having a baby. Cherish it, it is the mist wonderful thing you will ever do x take care x x

Christina - posted on 06/14/2012

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I actually went on the chinese gender prediction calendar for my first pregnancy, and sure enough, it was spot on! Not to say its a for sure deal for everyone, but I had fun researching and seeing what it had to say. Several of my other friends used it and it was true for them too! Have fun with researching :) you can also go to a 3D picture place and get an ultra sound, they should be able to tell you. There are the "gender prediction" tests at walgreens too. Good luck!

Christina - posted on 06/14/2012

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I actually went on the chinese gender prediction calendar for my first pregnancy, and sure enough, it was spot on! Not to say its a for sure deal for everyone, but I had fun researching and seeing what it had to say. Several of my other friends used it and it was true for them too! Have fun with researching :) you can also go to a 3D picture place and get an ultra sound, they should be able to tell you. There are the "gender prediction" tests at walgreens too. Good luck!

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I am 25 weeks along with baby no.3. A month ago I was interested to see if the gender calendars worked so I looked about 5 of them and funnily enough they were all right - girl, boy, girl. In saying that, I knew personally what I was carrying each time to the point that I only picked out a name for each gender and I told everyone what the baby was well before I was told by the Dr. and each time I was correct. I do know some people that read the opposite of what they had using the calendar so it seems it doesn't always work but I will suggest Googling them as that is what I did. As for the colours - my oldest daughter had blue/green/yellow clothes, a blue car seat and a navy/red pushchair so I wouldn't be too fussed with baby items, if you want to go shopping before you find out opt for white things, to me a new born looks more angelic in white anyways. Good luck with the pregnancy.

Tammy - posted on 06/13/2012

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There is no such thing as a "gender prediction chart"! LOL
Once you hit your third trimester, you should be able to see if it's a boy or a girl in the ultra-sound. If the tech/doctor won't tell you outright, then ASK. Also, normally they will give you a picture to take home. :) And you're only 15?! sigh... I'm sure you've heard that before; ONLY 15... Good luck to you!

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I got my son a green&denim stroller (bought before I was sure of the gender), almost all his (1-3 month) onesies were white, gray, red, yellow, orange or green. He even had 3 pink & mint colored onesies given as a gift from my boss (because the office thought I'd had a girl), but I put em on him anyways because they were so cute, lol.
Even now (he's 4) he prefers red or orange than blue, and those are also great gender-neutral colors for babies & kids--and adults too, for that matter :)
Agree with what everyone has said, the color of your baby's clothes doesn't matter as long as it keeps baby comfortable & baby's healthy. Have fun shopping for your baby!

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ur dr prolly didnt tell u coz its too early on to be able to tell the sex. 20 weeks on ward is generally when u can find out the sex of baby. when it comes to car seats and strollers u dont need to have them specifically for a boy or girl just go with balck/grey/brown etc. when it comes to clothes u dont need to buy lots in the new born size because the grow out of them so quickly. i suggest going with whites, yellows, greens,. with my duaghter ( now 4 years 4months) we didnt find out until 36 weeks that she was a she ( stubborn lil thing she was) and i gave birth to her at 37 weeks 6days. so only knew for a week before we had her that she was a she. we had bought mostly white clothes. but a few yellows and greens too. once baby is here, you can go shopping for 3-6month size clothes and pick gender specific colours then. dont frett. the colour of the clothes ur baby is wearing dont matter as long as baby is healthy

Jenni - posted on 06/13/2012

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I wouldn't base what I buy on an online gender predictor. Those are fake. Think of it this way; they have about 50% accuracy, as much as you would at simply guessing yourself. The most accurate way to predict gender is via an ultrasound. You still have plenty of time to do the shopping. I know it's exciting and difficult to wait but for now just buy a few things in neutral colours. I didn't find out the gender of my children until 22-23 weeks and had my baby shower shortly after. I shopped for what I didn't receive during my baby shower afterwards. Which is another good point, if you plan on having a baby shower WAIT until after, it will make it easier on your guests not to buy things you already have. I received way more than I expected at my shower and was so greatful. I hardly had to buy anything for my first and my SIL gave me tons of gorgeous clothing from her son for the first year.



You don't want to do one of those online tests, buy tons of things based on your results and then have it turn out to be wrong! There are other things you can do to prepare. Make a list of things you'll need if you haven't done so already, read pregnancy books so that you have a rough idea on what to expect (just don't treat them as a Bible, all babies are different), have an exercise routine to stay in shape for birth (make sure you run it past your OBGYN first), maybe join a Yoga class for expectant moms?



And a little hint: as far as clothing goes, for the first few months you'll only need a couple onsies, a few sleepers and maybe 2 outfits for going out. They grow so fast the first few months that they'll be in the next size in no time. Plus, you'll probably be staying at home a lot the first few months. All they want to do is eat and sleep and you'll need your rest. ;)



And as far as colours go... I have 3 kids; 2 girls and a boy and things got used by both genders. I even used my eldest step-daughter's pink pushchair for my son on occasion. My youngest daughter used my son's blue recieving blankets and I've always had brown/tan carseats and strollers.

Stifler's - posted on 06/12/2012

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My kids had a bright red capsule and black /brown/grey prams. When they were really small white suits and I bought more boyish/girl things as they grew up.

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My daughter had a blue car seat and a blue stroller. No one ever mistook her for a boy.

Dove - posted on 06/12/2012

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17 weeks is still fairly early. I didn't find out in my first pregnancy until 25 weeks (stubborn kiddo) and there was still plenty of time.

I wouldn't consider trying to use a gender prediction chart... unless you want to risk doing a million returns.

Your baby won't care what color his/her things are, so (imo) either go w/ as gender neutral as you can find (and there is quite a bit... even in my 'nothing' town) or wait.

Sarah - posted on 06/12/2012

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I know it's hard, but there are lots of gender neutral car seats. Go for grey, black, brown, green, etc. Keep in mind that even ultrasounds can be wrong. If you bought any of the above colours, it could go for either. We bought a blue car seat for my son, and we definitely used it when we had my daughter! No way was I going to buy a new one! When we traded her up to a larger seat, THEN I went out and bought a pink one cause my son still uses the brown one we bought for him. I think, in my opinion, you're safer buying "boy" than girl simply because it's more socially acceptable to use "boy" colours for a girl (like blue) than girl colours (like pink or purple) for a boy. Either way, if you want to know, just ask your doc what the ultrasound says (tell her/him your reasons for wanting to know if they're hesitant to tell you). It's still early too, they may not know from your last ultrasound, usually it's not hugely obvious until after 18-19 weeks. What they do look for is a penis for a boy, and the absence of a penis for a girl (rarely will they say they can see labia). When do you go see your doc next? That would be your best chance to find out.

April - posted on 06/12/2012

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But most of the stuff that people have or that are in stores have designs on the car seat, strollers and all that, that make it look like either boy or girl. I bought a bunch of diapers and bottles, some green and yellow pasifiers and outfits, i just dont know what else to buy that doesnt really matter what gender my baby is. And thanks:)

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