If you could choose the sex of your baby, what would it be?
Ah, the unavoidable question once you are pregnant, is it a boy or is it a girl? Or the more intriguing, would you rather have a boy or a girl? I'm sure most of us will say, "Oh it doesn't matter, as long as he or she is healthy I'm fine either way," but secretly hope for one or the other.
There are a billion reasons why people would prefer one sex over the other. For some it's about personal preference, others is about family preference or cultural preference. In some societies it's against the law for doctors to inform parents what the sex of the baby is, in others doctors are only allowed tell parents if they ask. We have also become so medically advanced that you can now actually choose the sex of your baby. Statistically, however it's something of around 105 boys are born to every 100 girls.
At KAMO we just want to congratulate all the moms who are expecting. Life is amazing and we know no matter your preference, once he or she is born it just wouldn't matter. The little thing will make all this boy girl talk trivial and the only preference left would be when should you make the next one.