The Lunar Calendar

One might think while scratching his head in wonder, why is it that Jennie was so sure that she was gonna have a girl the time she was pregnant the second time? Was it just wishful thinking or there is really something behind the belief?

At this time and age when sonography cannot yet tell a baby’s gender during the the first month and for everyone’s info it just ain’t possible! Regardless of how high tech this world gets. During the first month after the several cell divisions,  after the fertilization process and onwards, the development starts with the spine and the foundations of the brain, then the central nervous system. Then the heart starts beating, and so on and so forth. (It pays to watch National Geographic!) Well, anyway, going back this is how I knew for sure. Maybe you could go check your own conception (ask your respective mommas and ask them how old they were when they conceived you. Remember to add 9 months to the mother’s age) and check it out with the calendar.

The reasons why it works that way I still have to research on. But there should be a scientific explanation to this theory, or whatever you may call it.

lunar calendar

Let’s put it to the test!

So, how does it work? By crossing the month a child was conceived with the age of the mother at conception, it is purported that you can determine the birth of your unborn child. For instance, a 30-year-old woman who conceived in January would give birth to a boy, according to this calendar. Remember, this chart is based on the month the baby is conceived and not when the baby was or will be born.

Ready to give it a try? If you’re TTC and want to try for a girl or a boy, check your lunar age (add nine months to your actual age to determine your lunar age) and the month to plan the gender of your child. If you are a mom-to-be, please check the month you conceived and your lunar age at the date of conception in the chart above.

The Lunar Calendar

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