Do similar cravings as 1st pregnancy mean same gender?
What do you think/what's been your experience? This pregnancy I'm craving fruits - which is the same thing I craved last time. But in addition I'm also wanting a lot of cooked food (different from last time).
Just wondering if there's a link to cravings and gender?
My cravings have been all over the place. I always have a sweet tooth, so that never counts. Last pregnancy I wanted sour cream, pop corn and anything savory. I had a boy. This time I'm into all the fruits, bacon, hot Cheetos and gummy candies. Pop too which I never drink. Not sure what I'm having yet.
With my girls i was craving fruits, especially oranges, sweet foods. With this one everything seems too sweet and the best snack is popcorn. I would eat everything salty. From fruits i can only eat apples. And we just found out that this one is a boy!
So different cravings for different gender for me.
Thanks for your responses! I really wonder if there's a link- but seems like it can go either way. Momof2tobe, I also craved oranges and tangy fruits with my girl- same thing now! But I'm also craving cooked food like rice and fis, which is new this time,.so what's that supposed to mean? I've heard sweet cravings mean girl and savoury cravings mean boy...
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