When Is The Best TIme To Conceive For A Summer Baby?

By: Sandy Dean: I sometimes hear from folks who have pinpointed what they believe will be a nice, convenient time to give birth. In their own minds, they have the time period in which they would like for their baby to be born. And now, they want to know when to conceive in order to make this happen.

I might hear a comment like: “I am a teacher so it is very important that I am able to have a summer baby. If I conceive in the summer, then I will already be off of school and won’t have to take maternity leave in the beginning of the school year. My school year ends the second week of June and starts back up in early August. What is the best time for me to conceive in order to get the summer baby that I want?”

I will try to answer this question as best as I can. But keep in mind that few women actually give birth on their due date. Some can give birth earlier and later than this. Also keep in mind that just because a day or even a week would be the perfect time to conceive for your ideal due date, this doesn’t mean that you will be ovulating or will be fertile at that time. In fact, you might be just starting your menstrual period, with your optimal fertility period weeks away. The point is, there are so many unknown variables that you just are not able to control.

With that said, if you were to conceive on September 20th, this would give you a due date of June 13th. And conceiving on November 8th would give you a due date of August 1st. So actually becoming pregnant in late September to early November could give you a summer baby. But as I alluded to, it’s very difficult to declare that on a certain day in the future you’re going to conceive because you don’t know if you are going to be ovulating at that time. And you don’t know if that specific attempt is going to result in pregnancy.

Now, you hopefully have 2 – 3 cycles where you can try to become pregnant in the fall for that summer baby. Hopefully, one of those would be successful. One thing that you begin doing right now is charting your ovulation. This will allow you to see when you are most likely to be ovulating in the future and so that you can plan accordingly.

And, if your baby’s gender is important to you, then you should checking your vaginal PH also. If you want a boy baby, you want an alkaline PH at the time of conception. And if you want a girl, then you’d need an acidic one. If you need to change your PH, this will give you plenty of time to do so. Also, know that the timing of conception can also influence baby gender. Conceiving before ovulation would favor having a girl. While if you conceive after ovulation and your highest fertility period, a boy is more likely.

Want more information about getting your timing and your PH right at the same time?  I’ve put together a few websites to make this process much easier.  You’ll find resources for specific and effective douches and how to best pinpoint ovulation.  If you want a boy baby, check out http://conceive-a-boy-baby.com

If you want a girl, see http://conceive-a-girl-baby.com

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