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Old 01-12-2008, 04:53 PM   #1
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I saw a post sometime in the last few days about holding a ring on a chain over your hand to see what gender your babies were/are going to be. I did it and it was right with a girl after the boy I'm pregnant with now. So I decided to hold it over my belly. I held it right in the middle and it moved a round but not back and forth or in a circle. So I moved it to one side and it went back and forth. Then I moved it to the other side and it went in a circle. Hmmm.....twins? I have an ultrasound Wednesday. That will tell me for sure, but that was really weird. I tried it over my kids' heads and it worked. I don't understand how, but My brother said it's the power of suggestion. Maybe so, but just for fun, try it. Over your hand, over your pregnant belly, and over your kids' heads. What happens? Oh yeah, when I held it over my DD's hands it moved like over mine, but when I put it over my DS's hands it didn't move at all.


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Old 01-12-2008, 05:22 PM   #2
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Re: just for fun

i did the ring thing when i was about twelve weeks pregnant, and it was right! it showed girl, and i'm havin a girl! i don't think "oh my gosh how amazing!", since it had a 50/50 chance, but still, it was neat!
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