Sunday, January 10, 2010


For Christmas, I gave Zach a gender ultrasound when I was at 17 weeks! Good news, it turned out to be a real present and he got his boy for Christmas!

We went to Stork Vision in Atlanta (there are lots of locations, including one in Lawton- but I wanted to be as far along as I possibly could be before Christmas so that we could get some good pictures). Stork Vision is not a hospital- it's an outside company that hires ultrasound technicians to come in and work for them. It is such an awesome idea. When you get an ultrasound done at the hospital, you have to watch on the tiny monitor (seen below next to the examining table) and the whole goal of it is to gather data on the baby and make sure it's developmentally ok.

This is our room at Stork Vision

We got a twenty to thirty minute sessions, a DVD of the whole video, a CD of images, and a sneak peek at a 3D ultrasound (even though the baby was in a really bad position for it and you couldn't really see anything).

Sweetest little face :-)

One day, our son is going to kill me for posting pictures of his goods all over the internet, but what he doesn't know won't hurt him. This is a picture up from underneath (like he is sitting on the camera). The little thing between the two legs is his man parts. He was being extremely difficult and modest. He wouldn't flash us- but we finally got it about ten minutes into the ultrasound.

Cutest foot ever!

The whole time, he had his legs crossed and his hands behind his head just chillin' out.

You can see he has his arms up by his face and his hands behind his head.

Waving at the camera!

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