Ok yall. I am left handed, as is my mom. Baron is right handed. My grandfather(on my dad's side) was also left handed.
Does anyone know of any excercises I could do to determine if she is left or right handed? Now, just by regular observance, she reaches for things more with her left, than her right. She plays with toys with both really.
I dangle her noonie in front of her and she grab it with her left hand and put it in her mouth.
I don't wanna get my hopes up that she's left handed, and have her turn out to be right handed.
I know there's nothing wrong with her being right handed but I would prefer her to be a lefty. Just for the pure fact that we use our right side of the brain to perform.
I'm a righty. My husband *was* a lefty, but his grade school teacher made him learn to write with his right hand instead, so I guess now he's a righty? He still does lots of things with his left hand, like dealing cards and using screwdrivers.
There are no left-handed people in my family, or my boyfriend's family, to my knowledge.. And I only have one left-handed friend, who I don't see very often anymore.. So i'm guessing my baba will most likely end up a righty.
I think it's interesting that left-handedness is more common in gay people. That means technically I should be ambidextrous
I'm a lefty, i'm a lefty! Baby daddy (*smile*) is a righty (*boo!* hahaha j/k). Chu reaches for things with his left and if you give him something in his right he changes it to his left. I'm thinking lefty, big baby!!!!!