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35 weeks don't know the sex of my baby?

Does anyone know if any of the myths in regards to the way you carry are true? My babys legs have been crossed every ultrasound I have had.  Only a Month left. Thank god my favorite colors are grey and purple (unisex) other wise id be doing alot of exchanging.
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Those are all old wives tales. How you carry, symptoms, etc are not accurate ways of predicting gender.
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I assumed that was the case just wondered if there was any sort of way to be able to make an educated guess. Ill just have to wait and see.
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You know what helped for me this is my 4th pregnancy and its actually been right for me but i mean not bcus it worked for me means itll work 4 you but read about the skull determining babys gender i always knew what i was having before i was told bcus of this theory and it was always right(:
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I never had any of the theories work out as far as predicting the gender of my kids- but I do have experience not knowing.  I always bought one boy outfit and one girl outfit for going home in- then the rest I bought neuteral stuff, but tried to not buy too much so I could get more as soon as we knew the gender.  As long as you have enough for the first few weeks- you should be good.  I know it's stressful to feel unprepared though!  
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Found out today for sure that its a BABYGIRL
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