This might be the most photographed singleton baby in utero in history. But, I just can’t get enough of seeing our little girl’s beautiful face and parts.
I could look at these pictures all day. Seriously. And, no joke, I’ll pull them up and look at them all the time.
And, while the typical profile shot is pretty cool,
The 3D pictures from Stork Vision Atlanta are ah.mayz.ing (that’s really how I say it). Look at her with her little foot by her head! She’s got some serious flexibility going on.
And, she has hair! Now, the two oldest really only had some fuzz, and to me, this looks the same (you can see it right at the front of her forehead), but only time will tell. Look at that nose and those eyes. It’s so amazing the detail that Shannan was able to get in these pictures. Do you think she looks like her big sisters? That seems to be the consensus around here.
This is how she spends most of her time. Arms, legs and feet right in front of her face. She likes to stay balled up, then give a big stretch and then go right back. I can’t believe you can see her little knuckles on her hands and even her toes stretched out.
We were able to see her do this on the video (I wish I could share it, but it’s 13 minutes long). I have some clips, because I know you want to see our little girl in 4D, too.
And, this one? My absolute favorite. All balled up, but her hand is out of her face and you can still see her little toes in front of her!
I can’t believe I never had a 3D ultrasound done before. It’s so surreal to see them before they are here and see how they will likely look. I can’t wait to get a picture of her here and send it to Shannan and Heather at Stork Vision just to show how she looks exactly the same (how could she not?).
An added bonus (and my bad phone pictures skills)….the girls got to go with us. It was the first time for them to see their baby sister live in action on a big screen tv. They were able to sit on a nice comfy couch with daddy and watch in the same room.
Then, Shannan surprised us all and did a little ultrasound on the girls, too. They got to see their hearts and hear it beat and see their kidneys and liver. It really helped them make the connection between what was going on with their baby sister and the same parts in their bellies. (Yes, they asked if they had babies in their bellies, too. It was really cute).
I can’t say enough about the entire process of the 3D/4D ultrasound and I don’t know how I never had one done before. It was such a pleasant experience at Stork Vision Atlanta! When I shared my pictures on facebook with family and friends, they said they were the BEST pictures they had ever seen (my SIL even said they were better than both of the ones she had done with her boys). The facility was so nice, it was like we were at the spa. And, they had toys for the girls to play with, too.
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*Stork Vision Atlanta provided me with the ultrasound and pictures to facilitate the review. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own!