There are ways to tell if you are having a boy or a girl that I feel are quite evident when you are pregnant. I am not referring here to any form prognostication, such as the using a pendulum. You don’t need a sonogram either. I believe there are tell-tale signs in our chemistry and biology that pinpoint these things far more exactly than anything else truly can.
I have had four children. Two were girls and two were boys, and I knew exactly what gender each child was going to be long before they were born. In fact, I was more accurate than the sonograms. How I came by such knowledge is actually quite simple.
You see, when I was pregnant with my girls, who were my first and my last children, I felt very strong, both physically and emotionally. It could be said I was perhaps even a bit masculine. Nothing got me down. I did everything for myself (including hauling heavy music equipment, before I found out I was pregnant), and worked right up until the day I had them.
With my two boys, on the other hand, I felt rather weak and vulnerable. This came in both physical and emotional manifestations as well. I felt far more fragile and feminine, and had a much harder time emotionally as well. Even in appearance, I dressed in much more feminine clothing while carrying my sons.
I think there is very sound biological reasoning for this that deserves further study. I believe that the girls where draining my feminine hormones, causing me to feel, behave, and perhaps even be more masculine. Conversely, as the boys took the male hormones they needed, I felt more feminine and vulnerably. I am sure this was evident to those around me, as well.
If you are currently pregnant, pay attention to these things, and see if your experience agrees at all with my own. If there is someone in your life currently who is pregnant, pay attention to how she behaves, and ask her how she feels. Compare this information with sonograms, or with the actual gender after the baby is born. I think a closer scrutiny of these things will show that there is at least some validity to my little theory. It has always worked for me, at any rate.
Source: Based on personal experience and observations of my own pregnancies.