It’s only the 20th one. Lol No, just kidding.
I have 3 sisters.
my first sister had 2 girls, then a boy (guess 3rd time was the charm) and now shes due with another girl in October. Then she’ll have 3 kids under 3. I think she’s kinda crazy… but, that’s just me.
my 2nd sister, has 2 girls and just had her 3rd girl arrive August 1st (the reason for this post).
my 3rd sister has 1 girl, but i imagine she’ll be pregnant again in no time and it’ll be a girl.
And I of course have my daughter.
So as you can see, we’re an all girl posse.
My poor nephew Braylon doesn’t stand a chance with his siblings and cousins. Poor fella.
They say it’s all dependent on the male for which sex you get, but I think it goes a little deeper than that. I’ve found some information online (that I of course take with a grain of salt) that states some findings suggest that it also has to do with the vaginal PH. This results in the sperm of each deciding sex to live longer or die faster.
Apparently you can test your vaginal PH with a test strip and find out if you’re more alkaline (to get a boy) or acidic (to get a girl). A vaginal PH of between 4 and 4.5 is ideal for conceiving a girl, while a vaginal PH of between 7.5 to 9 is perfect for conceiving a boy.
I think im going to order the strips and have myself and my siblings do the test since I’m curious. And if we’re all acidic that would explain the reasoning for all the girls, at least in my mind it would.
Anyways, id like to welcome my new baby neice Alexis. Isn’t she adorable? She weighed 8lbs, 4oz and 19 and 3/4″ long. Her biggest baby yet, but still not bigger than mine. heh.
Has anyone tested the PH theory?
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