We're having our first child and I am terrified that it will be a girl. [more inside]
Do I bother correcting people when they refer to my son as a girl? [more inside]
How early in a pregnancy can fetal sex be determined? [more inside]
How do people cope when the sex of their baby isn't the one they were hoping for? What if you were hoping for a girl, but got a boy instead? Or vice versa? What if you have a definite preference? Should you just not have children? [more inside]
My friends are going to learn the gender of their baby via cake. Help me come up with ideas for decorating this high-stakes confection! [more inside]
Is my four-months-pregnant wife carrying a boy or a girl? [more inside]
Would you want to know the gender of your baby before (s)he was born? Why or why not? Help my friends decide.
What's the deal? It's not like a newborn cares about bows and ruffles, and it's not like she'll grow up any more or less feminine as a result of what she wears. Boys' clothes are much simpler and seem to have cooler designs, and some of the unisex stuff is pretty good, but all the girl stuff seems pastelly and flowery. Where are the primary colors for girls, the animals and trucks and fire engines. And does anyone make black baby clothes?