Now "What Eye Color Will My Baby Have? Math For Pregnancy Prediction" was published April 3rd at newly-launched Decoded Pregnancy.
I've also publicized this in DeHaan Services ("Predicting Baby Eye Colour during Pregnancy"), and added a Canadian spin.
On April 7, Decoded Pregnancy published "Will I Have a Boy or a Girl? Predicting Your Baby’s Gender".
"Is math a reliable baby gender predictor?"...as I ask in DeHaan Services?
Finally, on April 12, "How Tall Will Your Baby Be When He Grows Up? Calculating Height Early" went live on the new site.
The final DeHaan Services promotional article in this series is "Math to Predict Height of Your Baby during Pregnancy"
One Clear-Eyed Writing Tip
When I suggested my ideas for three, she said "Oh no, just pick one".
I wrote about all three anyway, figuring that either it would be a lengthy article or we could split it up. I'd already done the research.
The clear-eyed writing tip is to either give your editor exactly what she requests, or be prepared to see your "masterpiece" after plastic surgery.
The better you know your editor, the closer you can predict the probability of her actions.
You'd have to read the article to decide whether you make more accurate predictions of baby eye colour, gender or height than I made about how my article(s) would fare.