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How To Get Pregnant With A Baby Girl

How To Get Pregnant With A Baby Girl

I know that the majority of people are desperate to have a baby girl by the time that they arrive at this web site. It’s heartbreaking.

I’m a fertility expert. I know what I am talking about. I have helped many thousands of people to conceive a girl and I can help you too. You will:
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How to Conceive a Baby Girl

Here are a few methods you can try to increase your odds of having a girl, according to Shettles:

• Don’t have sex on the day you ovulate. Instead, have intercourse two to three days before ovulation then abstain until a couple days after. Shettles says that having sex before ovulation will increase the chances that the X-chromosome sperm will be waiting to fertilize the egg when it’s released.

• Try a position that allows for shallow penetration (such as missionary or other positions that will leave sperm farther away from the cervix).

• Moms-to-be shouldn’t have an orgasm because the secretions caused by orgasms are less acidic, which benefts the “boy” sperm.

• Eat sweets, sweets and more sweets

• Eat lots of fish and veggies

• Mom-to-be should orgasm before dad

Learn of how to conceive the baby gender of your choice here: http://tinyurl.com/conceivebabyboyorgirl

So I’m over here like “booty pop it like a peach”
conceive a baby girl



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i’m going to spend a little time doing some re-working and such in terms of face claims — mostly for raquel (con-artistry), sloan (sloth) and conceivably iris (survivalism/final girl theory). i doubt i’ll do much changing on anyone else. i do have a few ideas for changes to be made, but i am not positive on any of them…

so, if you have any suggestions, please feel free to drop them here or in my ask?

I’ve decided that when I am exactly 38.5 years of age, I will conceive two beautiful twin girls and their names will be Blorbica and Joyle

they will be the love of my life. the fruit of my womb

Pt. 5

Concerning the subject of offspring and bearing children, most of my close family and friends know where I stand. This matter has always plagued the back of my mind because as a female I feel like I am almost expected by society to have maternal instincts and a nurturing nature towards certain things or people. Sometimes I believe that gene conveniently passed over me when I was conceived because where most girls look at an infant and see a cute, fresh, tiny little human they ooh and ahh and exclaim how adorable the child is. My reaction has always been a bit different. While others are holding their arms out to hold the baby, I run as far away from it as possible. My mother was always asking if I wanted to baby sit her coworker’s kids and I always declined, no matter how much the family offered to pay me. Most people may think that I dislike the idea of having a baby because I’m not ready, because of the great burden of responsibility, or maybe because I’m selfish. These things aren’t inaccurate, but they are not the main reason that I refuse to have my body sacrificed so that another person can enter this world. No, the one thing that deters me above any other reason to not bear a child is the simple fact that one day that child will be exactly like me. It will depend on me for every moment until it comes to that age where it will begin to question the rules of the home and school. When that happens and puberty starts to take hold, the child starts to grow in ways that it wasn’t growing before. When I started rebelling against my mothers home rules and when I started breaking the law by consuming drugs and alcohol, she tried everything to hold me down. All her efforts only drove me further away, and to this day, our relationship suffers and most days I fear we will never see eye to eye. But that’s just the thing isn’t it? My mom sacrificed her body to have me. She cried as she gave birth to me and she cried when she took me home from the hospital. She cried when I went to my first day of school and when I graduated from my last one. I’ve made her cry by screaming “I hate you” to her face, also when she found out I was smoking marijuana for the first time. She cried the first time she caught me with a handle of vodka and when I ran away because she had caught me with it. She has lost countless nights of sleep wondering where I am, wondering if I would come home. She has tried to do about two or three interventions on me. Not to mention all the money she has spent on me that I will never be able to repay. I went to college for 3 years and then never finished. Tuition cost in America is ridiculous; can you imagine taking over 50,000 dollars and just flushing it down a public toilet? Because that is what I basically did with all that money she used for me to go to a good university. Let’s face it, I gave my mom and dad a childhood so rough that my father once said to me, “And I thought your sister was bad!”. Yet they still raised me and loved me and continued to finance me until I told them that it was best for me to move on and out of their hair. Even when I did move out they still tried to give me money, which just made me feel even worse. I felt like I needed to pay back the debt and it just kept adding up. Maybe some day I will, maybe I won’t. I don’t even know myself. It’s not that I wouldn’t love to give them all the money I wasted right back to them, it’s just that I don’t know if I’ll ever get the chance. Now, what does this have to do with me being a parent? Everything. 

I don’t want to end up like my mother and father. I don’t want to spend seven hours in labor, have my vagina stretched to the point where it won’t go back to normal, and lose sleep to a crying infant for the next year only to have my child grow up and despise being around me. Only to have it waste my money, or to instill values that the he or she will only spit back into your face eventually. It’s heart breaking. I try to imagine what it’s like but there’s no possible way for me to understand unless I experience it first hand. I’m sure you feel very much like you did all of that work for nothing. As if giving that person life means nothing to them anymore and they just used you to get out into the world and on their own. I can see that they take your heart with them when they go. I know that being a mother also means a strange unconditional love that can’t be shaken. Someone once told me that no matter who your mom was, even if she was on meth or drunk all the time or if she abandoned you as soon as you came out of her, that she did the best she could to raise you. And many people take that for granted. I don’t want to put that much work into something and get nothing in return except for probably… the worst feeling in the world. I can’t imagine it. I don’t want to imagine it. So if my mama did the best she could and still had to spill all those tears just for me, then I don’t want any part in this so called “gift” of motherhood. Basically it all boils down to this one fear that I have: what if I pour my life into this child and they are as ungrateful as I was? 

Meet Beverly ‘Bo’ Valentine, a curious neighbor who recently turned ninteen years old; she’s been living near the Murder House since 2004

♫♪ “Someone said you’re fading away too soon, drifting and floating and fading away.” [ ]

I have long stopped asking why the mad do mad things…

{+}: Empathetic, Patient, Sociable
{–}: Cynical, Overcritical, Obsessive

It’s a filthy world we live in, it’s a filthy goddamn helpless world…

The Valentine clan had everything going for them; from their high social status to their two perfect sons, the only thing that seemed to be missing was a daughter, beautiful and perfect to match the rest of them. After trying for a few years, they finally conceived their girl, Beverly. However, she wasn’t as perfect as they hoped to be. Born with extra mucus in her lungs, she was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis by the time she was five. In order to get their daughter the best treatment, the Valentines packed up their belongings and moved into a beautiful house in Los Angeles.

While bullies almost made her life unbearable, Bo enjoyed her classes, especially writing. She found solace in creating her own worlds where the mean words of her classmates couldn’t be heard. It kept her sane until highschool, where she started to make friends who didn’t make a big deal about the oxygen tank she had to take everywhere she went, nor the dozens of calls she had to take from her parents. It made her happy, to know people who didn’t think of her disease as an annoyance. However, while her social life was getting better, she still had a few problems in her life. While she knew that her parents loved her, she couldn’t help but believe that they loved her brother more. They were everything that she wasn’t; Athletic, popular, but most importantly, didn’t have an expiration as soon as hers. Her family treated her like glass about to break, hovering over her every move when she only wanted to be treated normally.

Bo moved out by the time graduation came around and, with help she didn’t want from her parents, she settled into a small apartment close to the local college. She enrolled in English courses, dreaming of becoming a writer. But, knowing that she couldn’t live off just her parent’s money, Bo took up a job at a flower shop just blocks away from her place.

Ever since she moved to L.A, Bo always heard rumors about the Murder House, the secrets and deaths that have happened inside. While she isn’t a fan of the living in the home, she always tries to bring flowers in for any spirit that she crosses paths with. Whenever in the house, she can’t help but think that when she dies, she’d rather pass away in the Murder House instead of facing her mortality head on.

Are you sure you want to be alone? They say this house is haunted…

Samantha Gray: Bo met the shy spirit on one of her trips to the house. While they didn’t speak much, the living girl gave Sam flowers, which were made into a flower crown. Since their first meeting, Bo has been intrigued with the ghost and tries to remember to bring daisies whenever she visits the Murder House.

Bo is portrayed by Olivia Cooke, and is currently taken.

Baby Girl Conceive Myths

Baby Girl Conceive Myths

Have you ever been in a circumstance to ask (yourself, or somebody allegedly knowledgable): ‘How can I distinguish early indications of maternity if it’s a girl?’, or anything along the lines of ‘Is it real that I am having a baby girl if: my belly appears like a huge watermelon/I’m having awful acne outbreaks/sooo yearning sugary foods’ etc.In that case, you need to have discovered that there…

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