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Some parents-to-be are desperate to find out the sex of their unborn baby as early as possible, and will search for clues at the very first scan. Everyone knows you can't tell the baby's sex at the 12 week (or there abouts) dating scan. Well, some people think you can, thanks to a little known phenomenon called the 'nub theory'.
The nub theory works on the basis that from 12 weeks, boys' genitals (or the genital tuber, as they are not actually properly shaped bits and pieces at this stage, and both sexes will have a little tube- like protrusion) will be angled differently to a girls', and so by carefully examining your scan picture, you can work out the sex.
I found them invaluable." Emma "I met a lot of my mum friends at a Nappucino meeting.
This is basically a monthly meeting that takes place in my local café for mums who use cloth nappies.
They’re a great way of meeting other new parents." Vicky "If you don't go to antenatal classes, which I didn't with my second baby, ask your health visitor about postnatal groups in your area.
Not only are these places to meet other new mums but they give you lots of useful information on weaning, nappies, sleep routines and more.
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Once your baby is mobile that's the end of it, but it was a great way to forge friendships with other mums in those early days.
Even though they might not have been the type of people that I would have approached before becoming a mum, we've formed really good friendships.
I hope our kids will become great buddies in the future as well." Tracy "There are loads of parent-and-baby groups out there, such as baby signing, baby music, swimming, and so on.
Experts in the theory reckon that if you are having a little girl, the tuber will be sticking out horizontally, while if you are expecting a little boy, their 'nub' will be pointing upwards (it might help you make comparisons if you compare your scan pics with those of a baby who has already been born, or whose sex is known).
Of course, in order to even see this part of your tiny baby on the scan, they need to be in a good position when the sonographer captures the images – if your little one is wildly kicking their legs or turned away from the sonographer's equipment, then you might not see that part of them at all.