Here's baby shaw in 4D. I guess our little one is a little bit camera shy covering it's face w/ it's tiny little hands and arms. The technician estimated that the baby is about 9oz. and 7 inches long. It is always amazing to me when I think that a woman can carry a baby and miraculous that the baby can develop all the things it does in the womb. As you may have picked up, I don't know the gender. There's a reason for that; it might be a crazy reason, but it's our reason. We are choosing not to find out the gender until the baby is born. With Sydney and Jordyn we did know at 20 weeks that they were girls. We want to know and experience what it is like not to know until the baby is born. We're so excited that it is torturous. We can't wait until March and yet it seems so far away to welcome our new baby. I didn't know our doctor had the 4D technology so I was pleasantly surprised when he gave us our pictures. Everything is looking and developing as it should. What else more could we want?
So here I am before my appointment at 20 weeks. I don't know why (seriously) but i've been tracking my weight, bust, and hip measurements. I'll save you the details. How can the baby still be so tiny and everything else grows like crazy?
So Sydney has decided to be a ballerina for Halloween. As you can imagine it was 5 other things before she settled with ballerina. I'm glad. My mom and I made the tutu last christmas and all we bought were leggings to complete the costume. She loves it.
I think most ballerinas do splits while jumping in the air, but here is sydney doing that on the floor. On halloween I'll do her hair more like a ballerina in a bun.
Jordyn is going to be a skunk. However she wouldn't let me put her costume on so who knows, she might dress up as a skunk or as herself. both of which are pretty cute costumes.