Spring is almost here! Depending on where you live, you may have already started seeing the signs of spring: melting snow, blossoming flowers, and days that almost feel like summer. And soon, we'll even get a few extra hours of light each day when the clocks "spring forward."
I don't know about everyone else, but it seems like this spring has also been marked with a high number of pregnancy announcements. At least three of my friends have found out that they are pregnant within the last few weeks. Lucky for me, I already know what I'm going to be getting each of them for their baby shower gift - The Blooming Bath for Babies bathtub. The plush, adorable baby bath is the perfect baby shower gift. It wraps up gorgeously for the party and is the perfect gift for first-time moms and dads who want to comfortably bathe their new, squirmy little one.
Now, my only problem is deciding which color of Blooming Bath to buy. At least two of my friends have decided not to find out the sex of their baby. I could always go for the yellow Blooming Bath for them, but I do so love the vibrant pink shade and the happy aqua blue shade. So, I've resorted to looking up old wives' tales to determine, very unscientifically, what they may be having. Here are some of the signs I've come across:
If the new mom is craving citrus, it's a girl
If the new mom's hands are dry, it's a boy
Extreme nausea, it's a girl
If the mom is feeling clumsy during pregnancy, it's a boy
Unfortunately, I'm not finding any statistics on how accurate these tales really are. Anyone out there have a tried and true method to determine the sex of a baby in-vitro? Lucky, I have a few months to figure it out. Good thing Blooming Bath has a 30 day exchange policy.