Just thought I'd share these photos of my sister and I from a couple weeks ago. She is due nine days after me, but she is measuring the same size as me. I think they got her due date wrong, and we're going to have babies even closer together than we thought.
You can see my bump is higher than hers. What does that mean, according to the old wives' tale? Boy, girl? Not that such things actually mean anything, but according to one site:
"It's generally believed that if we're low and out front, it's a boy but if the bump is high and we're visibly pregnant from the back, we've got a girl."
I'd say Em is low and out front, while I'm high and out front. But I don't think I'm visibly pregnant from the back, so who knows.
After the first picture, my mom told us to look at each other, and I just couldn't be serious about it.