Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Our Darling Danny

Instead of the usual grainy ultrasound pictures that need an explanation and a visual demonstration to be deciphered, I'm posting the 3D pictures that were taken today by my doctor. What fabulous medical service you get these days!

For those of you that still need the explanation: He's facing the camera, his right arm is tucked around the back of his neck. His left arm is up, across his forehead.

He has my nose. Hello Danny, my little love.

9 comments:

Jen said...

What great pics.! I wish my doctor had 3-D ultrasound...the baby looks so much more "real". Thanks for sharing!

Mommy Daisy said...

I love the 3D/4D ultrasounds. We actually had 2 done. And it's amazing how much detail you can see.

Congrats, he's gorgeous.

Kelsey said...

We never had the opportunity to have one of those -what cool pictures.

Pam said...

Hi Jen, & Mommy Daisy & Kelsey,
I was surprised that my doc offered it this time - as part of the service! I was so excited to see him and actually cried - it makes it all so much more personal. Thanks for your nice comments.

Emily said...

OMG! Hello Danny Boy! What a cutie and what a tremendous opportunity. I wonder if they'll be offering those more often now? My practice doesn't do them yet...

Expat mum said...

Oh my god - a baby!!!! (You know what I mean). But if I were you, I'd keep the middle one and compare it to when he's suffering from his first hangover! Brilliant to bring out at his wedding!
A new take on baby photos.

Pam said...

Hey Emily! A lot of things I think are "normal" are actually offered to me because I'm an old gimp at 39 and considered high risk. My ultrasounds are done at a hospital for the same reason.
Hey EM! I'm saving a few pictures for later embarrassment, including the "it's a boy!" ultrasounds!

Fredsueand me said...

Fantastic pam. what great pictures, you have to pay £300 here for that service. glad your doing well. speak to you soon. x

Pam said...

Hey Lee: It pays be be an old lady and get extra service. Hope the little fella is still loving school - has mummy got used to it yet?

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