The minute your bump starts to show, everyone wants to know whether you’re having a boy or a girl. Of course, an ultrasound won’t be able to give you a definite answer until you’re about 20 weeks pregnant, but can your carrying style reveal the gender sooner?
According to a well-known pregnancy myth, carrying low or in front means you’re having a little boy. Carrying your bump high or in the middle means you’ll be having a daughter soon.
Does this pregnancy myth have any merit? True or false?