Finally it was our turn to go back. Our ultrasound tech was wonderful. She seemed to be very thorough. I would say she took pictures and measured all kinds of things for 45 minutes to almost an hour. One of the requirements for the ultrasound was drinking a ton of water before hand. I some how managed to hold down the 30oz and still allowed her to press on my stomach for a good while before I finally broke and had to relieve myself in the middle of our ultrasound. How embarrassing but completely normal I am sure. The entire ultrasound I kept getting this weird feeling about things. I couldn't believe that this thing with heart beat, brain, kidneys, fingers, toes and little nose was actually inside of me. It kind of freaked me out a bit... quite a reality check. At one point I looked at Tim and his joy of seeing his child move its arm and hand totally calmed me down and helped me stop freaking out. After showing Tim and I our quite calm and (in my biased opinion) cute child it was time to take a closer look at the physical features to find out what we were having. The tech spent some time trying to get the baby to move and uncross its legs and finally determined chances are good that our modest and very calm child is a GIRL! I sure hope her modesty and quietness sticks around after birth.
|BABY GIRL WEAVER!|
|The bedding we ordered. The 9 piece set inclues the toy bag, diaper sack, throw pillow, bed skirt, sheet, quilt, bumper, and two window valances.|
|Notice there is pink (I know a shock coming from me the worlds biggest pink hater)... but not too much of it thank goodness.|
Pregger pictures will come later this week.