Look! It’s a Baby!

That was, by far, the coolest thing I have ever seen. Needless to say, the ultrasound went amazingly. We saw our little baby, measuring right on (by my calculations) at 7 weeks 4 days. AND we got to hear the heartbeat. I could have listened to that little blip all day long. It was beating along at around 160 bpm, which is fantastic. I was a nervous wreck by the time we got there, and I was so glad Trevor was with me. We had to wait longer than normal because Dr. T was running behind. She had been on vacation for two weeks and had lots of catching up to do. When she finally got to us, she told me she had been thinking about me on vacation and hoped I hadn’t had any spotting or anything worrisome. So sweet. Anyway, she stuck the probe in and we saw that sweet little blob. Trevor definitely smiled when he saw it, and he loved hearing the heartbeat. We kept talking about how cool it was that we got to hear it.

The first pic shows the yolk sac (at bottom right within the black gestational sac) and the baby, and the second is just our little baby blob. We are so in love!

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17 thoughts on “Look! It’s a Baby!

  1. Chatham

    I have been checking on you all morning waiting to hear!!! I am sooo glad everything went great!!!

    Congrats!!!

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  2. The Reality of Happily Ever After

    I just read your "about me" — CONGRATS on being pregnant! I hope this journey is smooth for you and and your husband!

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  3. Mrs. MidAtlantic

    Seeing that little blob is the best feeling in the world! I am so jealous that you got to hear the heartbeat too. Congrats!

    Reply

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