cute cute! Grow baby grow!
Look at that little sweetie!You know what's so weird? For a minute I read "Baby #3" and thought, "Hey, is she having twins?"Alex, your mama misses you. I wish I were seeing you grow up on your mama's blog.Watch over this new little one, ok?Thanks.
What a miracle. Those grainy photos are so run-of-the-mill now, but if that isn't just the most marvellous thing I have seen in a long time, I don't know what is:)
That's the best thing I've seen in awhile. Blessings baby 3 :)
Yay!!!!!!!!! What a sweet pic!!
Beautiful Pic, thanks for sharing.
*sending healthy growing thoughts!*
OMG - everyone sees it - so what in the world is wrong with your mother??? I can't see much of anything - or am seeing but bnot sure I'm seeing correctly. Arrows? Could you give your old mom some arrows pointing to important things to reassure me I'm seeing it right??? I love you. I see up above you posted the card. Isn't he cute - dog with shamrocks. hehehe.
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, BEAUTIFUL!!!!!
So many blessings to you Catherine. Just beautiful.
Congratulations, Catherine! It's so exhilarating to see #3!And I think it's so wonderful your mom has a blog too. I can't imagine what my mom would write about...(On that topic... Runelady, the kid is in the exact middle, stretched from side to side. It's on its back, head at about three o'clock. That big shadow on the right is like a negative halo around its head. There's a flat area on top of the head - that's the forehead and the little peak is the nose. Never mind - Cathy, point it out to her...)
Beautiful! Just takes my breath away.
lol...I talked her through it on the phone. She said, "I thought that was it, but it just seemed too big." :o)
That put a big smile on my face! Can't wait to see him or her out of the womb :) So happy for you, Catherine!And to your mom: When I was emailing out my ultrasound pic my parents had the same trouble (and my dad's a doctor!), so I ended up doing just what you asked -- putting arrows with titles (head here, butt here, etc.). It helped them immensely. (I think it's slightly a generational thing, as sonograms weren't routine in their days.)
wow, amazing! love your work Catherine:)
What a beautiful sight. :)
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