This afternoon we went for our third ultrasound. We were dying to receive gender confirmation which had not been achieved with certainty during the first two ultrasounds. Josie's anticipation over seeing images of her new brother or sister had reached fever pitch!
Eh...she was definitely dreaming about it.
This child has earned a reputation for being either extremely modest and camera shy or incredibly defiant and uncooperative. Whether we needed the baby to spread its legs or face forward, it seemed to want to do the opposite. Today was no exception. When we started the ultrasound, the child was facing down so we could only see the back of the head. The sonographer made me do some wacky and embarrassing things to try and persuade the baby to move. Those moments were not allowed to be photographed.
But we finally had a little bit of luck! These images are not the best because the child's face was hiding behind some placenta and an arm but here's a little peek:
The best part: We got gender confirmation!
It's a GIRL!!!!
Josie thought it was worth waking up to celebrate the impending arrival of her baby sister! Clap your hands, girlfriend!
We can't wait!
Congratulations..I'm so happy for youReplyDelete
Yeah for sisters! Congratulations!ReplyDelete
Congrats!! We're big fans of following a daughter with a daughter!! It's so much fun to watch them grow up together...ReplyDelete
Can't wait to meet the new little princess and see her big sister lovin' on her!
Congratulations!! Girl Power in the House!!ReplyDelete
Congratulations!!! SO happy for you!ReplyDelete
Congratulations! Girls are so fun!ReplyDelete
LOVE that "told you so" expression she's wearing.ReplyDelete
Of course, LC is overcome with jealousy...she didn't realize that jace's equipment doesn't come standard on all new models.
hooray for sisters!!!ReplyDelete
So happy for you guys! And you can put all those adorable girl clothes to good use.ReplyDelete
My name is Jenna and I came across your site. Your sister and your daughter, are amazing, special and precious gifts. They are inspirational Hero's. I have developmental delays and I am involved with Special Olympics.
Wooohoooooo for baby girls!!!!!!ReplyDelete
Sunnie in NC
Congratulations!! I really enjoy reading your blog!ReplyDelete
WOO HOO!! Yay for girls! Congratulations. Can't wait to see Josie playing with her little sister! :)ReplyDelete
woot woot! sisters are the best!ReplyDelete
Congratulations! I am so excited for you! It's almost here. I am also looking forward to your birth story. I think the first birth changes a person a LOT. It did for me anyway. Stay comfy!ReplyDelete
Congratulations!! I grew up with 3 older sisters and it was a blast!ReplyDelete
woohooo!! yippy!! so excited for you!! another girl!!!!!! lots of hormones at your house!!!ReplyDelete