A couple that concealed the gender of their child for five years have finally announced the big secret — he’s a boy!
Beck Laxton, 46, and partner Kieran Cooper, 44, kept their child Sasha‘s gender hidden because they wanted his “real” personality to develop, according to The Daily Mail. For five years, they referred to Sasha as “the infant,” only gave him gender-neutral toys, dressed him in boy and girl clothing and didn’t allow a TV in the house!
Lawmakers are worried that too many parents-to-be are aborting fetuses based on sex — and they’re trying to take control!
If the law is passed, doctors would be prohibited from sharing the sex of unborn babies. It could become law in Europe as soon as next month and parent groups are understandably outraged. What do you think about this?
There’s no tell-tale blue or pink in store for TV star Tori’s third baby with husband Dean McDermott — the new arrival will be bathed in a sea of canary yellow and charcoal gray!
With new technology out allowing parents to know the baby’s gender at seven weeks, will the excitement of the reveal become a thing of the past? The way our HollyBaby bloggers tell it, we doubt it!
So A Family Grows in Brooklyn readers, are YOU ready for the big reveal? Sarah & Neil found out the sex of their baby! Read more to see if Baby Eggleton is a boy or a girl!
The blood test can be bought online for less than $300 and promises it’s more than 90 percent accurate!
It works by analyzing fetal DNA in the mother’s blood — giving a reading just weeks into the pregnancy! Do you think this is a good idea, HollyMoms?
According to researchers, nuclear radiation from power plant leaks and bomb testing is affecting female birthrate around the world.
In the new study, scientists note that these sort of atmospheric blasts rather than on-the-ground incidents have an impact on birth gender worldwide. Researchers are seeing an increase in the number of baby boys compared to baby girls — and it’s all due to the nuclear age!
Is it a boy or a girl? Only immediate family, a few close friends and the midwife who delivered Storm on New Year’s Day, know the answer to that question.
Why? Because Storm‘s parents want to bring their kids up in a world where THEY can choose what gender they want to be. Inspired parenting…. or just plain damaging?
The results of a four-year study on fertility treatments revealed that women who undergo certain types of IVF give birth to more boys than girls. So maybe it’s not a surprise that Kelly Preston, who used IVF, is expecting a son?
Anyone who has struggled to conceive will tell you that it doesn’t matter if they have a boy or a girl. They just desperately want to have a healthy baby, which is why they’re often willing to undergo the painful process of in vitro fertilization. Now, new research has shown that women who undergo in vitro fertilization and have the embryo implanted in their womb five to six days after fertilization — as opposed to two to three days afterward — have an increased chance of giving birth to a baby boy.