Sunday, June 24, 2007

3D ultrasound weekend!

Well, we finally got to do the 3D ultrasound that we tried to do several weeks ago - it was pretty amazing. I'm not sure how to really describe it - the time flew and Seth and I were enthralled the entire time. They give you a DVD of the entire 30 minutes you're in the office, as well as a CD of a tonne of still shots - which is a great keepsake.

And we finally found out - it's a GIRL! We're both super excited - I thought Seth was holding out for a boy, but turns out I'm wrong - and he's already talking about how much he's going to spoil his little girl.

Not much else to say - it was a fab summer weekend - Seth was in a baseball tournament all weekend, went to a friend's bbq on Sat night - all in all, spent most of the weekend outside, which is always nice.

I'll leave you with a few shots of out little princess... :)

A little fist and partial view of her face

And a better view of her face + chubby cheeks (that black thing in front is the umbilical cord)

Have a great week everyone - next weekend is a long weekend - enjoy as much as we will!

S&S

8 comments:

Lyndee said...

Ha! I was right.

Congradulations. She is Awesome

Deb said...

A girl! Awesome (still leaves Austin among the girls)!! The pics are so cool!!

Vone said...

Yeah!!!
Girls rock. You'll have a blast dressing her up :)

Kate From England said...
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Kate From England said...

Super-super cool...these ultrasound piccies of Little Miss Vallier are just stunning. Congrats guys.

janet said...

Isn't that technology totally cool!! I mean, you know there's a baby in there, but to now see so exactly that it's REALLY there definitely gives you a whole new crazy feeling huh! This is really happening!!!!! She's adorable.

Melissa said...

She's so cute!! I can't wait to hear what name you decide on. And she's going to be a Libra, just like me. :)

SnH said...

Thanks for all the well-wishes guys. She is adorable looking isn't she? And yes, I realize I might be a bit biased... :)