This is the ultrasound that we have been waiting for, the one that will tell us about the placenta previa or the low lying placenta. Plus, we got a couple more cute images of our little girl!
Here's a nice profile of her ...
John and I met Sierra out at my family's farm for our maternity session. Be prepared for some stellar photos, all taken by SierraStorm Photography and then I had the opportunity to edit the images myself.
We're over half way to meet our little girl! We learned a couple new things this week.
We decided to do a gender reveal party for our little Peanut. The card that the ultrasound tech marked went straight into a seal envelope and to my cousin's girlfriend who makes fantastic cakes! And I made some cute chalkboard signs to celebrate the occasion.
This is the sign you saw on our front door when you arrived for our gender reveal party. I made this sign from scratch with a wood rounder I got from my local craft store, chalkboard spray paint (and tape to preserve the edges), and an assortment of colored chalk markers.
20 weeks for any pregnant woman is a big deal. This is the time your baby gets their anatomy scan, making sure that the little one is developing and is on track for their age. With our 20 week scan, we found out a couple things, some of which really changed things for us. But first, some cute images the ultrasound tech saved for us.
That's right! We're expecting a little one in May and we couldn't be happier. Everyday we can't believe that this little one will be joining our family.
This post is back dated, because at this time we hadn't told anyone about little Peanut. We told our families about little Peanut at Thanksgiving, because the past two pregnancies we had miscarriages by week 7-10. We wanted to make sure that we were done with our first trimester for any announcements.
Hello, I'm Elizabeth.