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TODAY’s Patrice Poltzer looks at the trend of expecting parents learning their unborn baby’s gender at parties while surrounded by family and friends, and she and her husband decide to try it out for themselves by having a piñata filled with either blue or pink candy to reveal if their first child will be a boy or a girl.