Just wondered if any of you had come across this, I have a nurse friend and she swears by it. Apparently during pregnancy we get a 'V' shaped vein in one of our eyes (the whites of) app left eye is boy right eye is gal. When she did this on my desk buddy she was spot on. As I haven't had first scan yet, on our xmas do I pretended I was on meds and couldn't drink alcohol, this friend of mine said hmm thats what I said when I was prg, show me your eyes. So I did, she text me next day and said she had seen something in my eyes that maybe I would wish to know in a couple of months...freaky....she has also, naughtily told a few collegues she reckons I am prg with a boy even though no one knew!!
Its my first so I really do not care on the sex as long as baby is healthy, old wifes tale? Or anyone else heard of this?
I know i'm having a boy... but could not see anything v shaped on my eye. My sisters mad friend did do the necklace swinging thing on my wrist and that was right! 3 lots of circles for my daughters and the last time it went backwards and forwards which apparently means a boy. Who knows but good fun
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