By Jessica Gomez

In celebrity news, Chrissy Teigen revealed the sex of baby number two with husband John Legend, according to UsMagazine.com. And … it’s a boy! Teigen made the announcement via Instagram, during the 2018 Grammys in New York City. She posted a photo of herself on the red carpet at Madison Square Garden, holding her baby bump in her silver Yanina Couture dress — with the caption: “mama and her boy.” What an elegant and cute way to break the celebrity baby news! Congratulations to the celebrity couple!

Spoiler alert! Chrissy Teigen revealed the sex of her celebrity baby-to-be. What are some reasons to find out the sex of your baby before he or she is born?

Cupid’s Advice:

One of the earliest decisions you make during pregnancy is whether or not to find out the sex of the baby. Cupid has some advice as to why you would want to find out whether your baby is a boy or a girl:

1. Decorating the nursery: You can go with neutral colors (white or yellow) if you’d like, but many people like to go traditional (pink or blue). A nursery is a place you want to have done and prepared by the time your baby arrives. Therefore, you want to finish it early, well before the due date. When deciding on decorating options, you may be one of those parents who would want to take the sex of your baby into consideration, so be sure before making final decisions.

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2. The baby shower: Again, you can go with neutral colors for the decorations of the celebration. And you can choose unisex gifts as well. However, when creating a registry, you may need to know the baby’s sex in order to choose the items you want or need to add. onto the list. Also, you may not want to keep your baby shower attendees in the dark when they’re celebrating and showering your bundle of joy with presents — the suspense may make them go nuts, you never know!

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3. Choosing a baby name will take longer: And it would be harder, too. You can save yourself half the time by finding out the sex of your baby — And also save yourself half the hassle. Imagine not knowing, therefore having to choose both a boy name and girl name. It’s already hard enough coming to an agreement with your partner. Since choosing a baby name together can sometimes be a struggle for many couples, so knowing the sex of the baby can avoid further frustrations for sure!

What are some reasons you or someone close chose to know the sex of their bun in the oven? Comment below!