Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Baby News: Evelyn Lozada Is Expecting a SonCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Baby News: Evelyn Lozada Is Expecting a Son

By Brittany Stubbs

It’s going to be a blue baby shower for Evelyn Lozada, who is expecting a son this March! “Surprisingly, I found out when I had my first trimester screening,” the Basketball Wives star shares with People. “I was about 13 weeks when they told me the sex! I was honestly praying for a boy. I have wanted to have a son for years.” All of Lozada’s dreams seem to be coming true, having also gotten engaged to Carl Crawford, Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder and father of her baby, over the holidays.

How do you prepare for a baby boy versus a girl?

Cupid’s Advice: 

You not only have to prepare your relationship for the arrival of a new addition to the family, but you also have to prepare differently for a boy versus a girl. Cupid has some advice:

1. The big “C”: While there are many aspects of parenting that couples should discuss before a baby’s arrival, the conversation of whether or not you plan to have your baby boy circumcised is crucial. It’s important that couples are on the same page, especially regarding something as serious as your baby’s body.

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2. Prepare to discipline: In a discussion about the differences of raising boys and girls, shares that boys are often harder to discipline because they have a harder time hearing. Women always joke about men never hearing a thing they’re saying, but it’s true! Boys’ ears are less sensitive than girls’. Because girls can detect speech discrimination, they are more likely than boys at responding to warnings and heightened tones.

Related: Celebrity Baby Beat 

3. It’s just a scratch: New mothers are known to get worked up about every little bump and bruise, but let’s face it, you’re having a boy. Occasional scrapes and bruises are going to happen along the way. Climbing, exploring, roughhousing…it’s all apart of their fun! Just plan on having a portable First Aid kit on you at all times.

What ways would you prepare for a boy versus a girl? Shares your thoughts below!