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pregnancy update: a baby. in 3D!

well after all the hullaballo surrounding The Great Midwife Controversy, it was nice to finally get our diagnostic ultrasound performed. it was relatively uneventful, as the technicians don't really tell you anything about what they're seeing for fairly obvious liability reasons. we'll know the official results after the radiologist gets around to looking at the images.

although i think i might have had my hopes set to high for the image quality on the 3d ultrasounds, they're still pretty amazing to see - baby's not a little legume with sprouts for legs anymore!

sniff. they grow up so fast.

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6/24/2004 08:27:00 PM 0 comments


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