I had 2 girls then a boy then 2 girls and just found out today, at 16 weeks that I'm having a boy. Pay and have a private scan, it is so worth it, the whole experience was so much nicer than any hospital nhs scans. So for me it went Girl Girl Boy Girl Girl Boy. My sister had 2 boys then a girl, so who knows, could have a girl x
The odds of having a subsequent boy go up with every boy you have, so yes, if you have two boys, there is an increased chance of having a third, but the chance isn't as significant as it would be if you had three boys and were on your fourth pregnancy, for example.
Does anyone know how the odds of what you'll get are if your partner is 1 of 3 boys to his dads side and 1 of 3 boys to his others (he has 2 half brothers on both sides) and 1 half sister?
The odds are increased that you'll have a boy if your partner comes from a male-dominated family. However, my DH is one of four boys and we ended up with two of each, so it's not as though the statistical probability writes off the chance of having a girl.