I just wanted to share a video of my baby on 3D Ultrasound. It was an amazing experience and worth it.
Now that's neat! I've never seen the 3d before - it's so much clearer!
That video is amazing! So much detail! And the lovely thing about this is that you will bond with that baby (Sophia, is it?) so much easier now that you have seen her like this. Just wonderful
What a wonderful, amazing video! Sophia is going to love seeing this when she is old enough to appreciate it.
Wow! How old is Baby Sophia? That is really amazing clarity. I've never seen that before. Thank you so much for sharing this happines with us.
Ruben, these are wonderful images. Is it amazing what science can do. Giving you the ability to see your child before she is born by simply bouncing sound waves off of her to produce this video.
Thanks everyone for your kind words, my wife is 31 weeks pregnant, we made an appointment for a 3D session about two months ago and we couldn't wait for this day. It was really amazing to finally see her moving and to see her facial features, can't wait to hold her in 9 weeks.
Again thanks for all your kind words.
We got a 3-d scan done and i was so excited leading up to the day. As soon as i saw my baby i noticed he had my nose (secretly praying for hehe) so was happy
and the extra information that the nurse gives you compared to quick midwife appointments was really helpful.
And incase anyone is wondering your baby does look like the image on the scan when he or she is born.......its just so amazing to see
I had a 3D ultrasound done as well. It was so amazing to really see the baby I was carrying for so long. It was very clear I saw her little chubby cheeks and everything. And yes, she looked exactly like her 3D scan when she was born
those are amazing it is amazing the technology they have these days
That really is fascinating.
I remember you asking our opinions on names for Sophia - it seems an eternity ago. What a long time nine months is.
EDIT: I've just noticed the video (and this thread) is two months old - that explains it.
Still, I'm glad I saw this.
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