20Girl: Carrying Around The Middle
Again, this is a theory that women will tell you is proof, while there appears to be no science behind it. If the baby weight is centered around the stomach and the bump is wider rather than a neat ball-shaped round, don’t be surprised if people tell you that it
is a girl.
There doesn’t appear to be real evidence to back this up. The size of the mom during pregnancy is mostly related to the way she looked before she was pregnant and how her body weight was distributed then. This will no doubt not stop people telling moms that they swore by this rule and that it is accurate!