My sister introduced our family and friends to a fabulous website when we were waiting for the arrival of her daughter, Caroline, last year. It's a site where you can invite people to make guesses on just about everything surrounding the birth of your baby.
Check out <a href=http://www.expectnet.com>www.expectnet.com</a>
You can invite your friends and family to guess the sex of the baby (if you don't already know), the baby's weight and length, and the date and time of the birth. It's pretty fun to see what everyone comes up with. So far, the family and friends on our Expectnet game are split almost evenly between whether we are having a boy or a girl. The guesses on the baby's weight range from 6 lbs 2 oz to a whopping 14 lbs 11 oz. Special thanks to Mike the Morning Show Director for that gem.
It was a lot of fun to see who won my sister's Expectnet game (I was way wrong on hers, by the way), and I'm looking forward to seeing which of my family and friends is the victor for ours. The website will score the game for you and declare the winner once the parents enter in the details of the baby's birth. How great is that? The last thing new parents have time for is analyzing data of a baby guessing game!
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