The Council of Europe has drafted a recommendation against revealing the sex of unborn babies during scans. Members claim it would curtail gender-selective abortions, a common practice in some Eastern European nations. Opponents question the measure's effectiveness There are other methods of gender detection besides ultrasound. Many parents have become accustomed to learning their baby's sex for the all important task of decorating. What lengths will curious parents go to if European nations heed the Council's recommendation?