I'm so excited to share our 3D/4D ultrasound pictures of Maggie! (I'm not sure what the difference is between 3D or 4D if there is any.) Our appointment was scheduled back on December 22nd when I was 28 weeks along. Both of our mom's were able to come with us to be able to see Maggie in person too. It was so amazing to see her features! I TOTALLY think she looks like her daddy, especially the nice full lips. :) But the little stinker kept putting her hands in front of her face the majority of the time, and she slept through the whole thing. That little girl wouldn't wake up for anything. Ha! So it was hard to get the best pictures but we still got some pretty cute ones.
Maggie really liked to sleep with her hands and arms by her face. (3D pictures can be a little freaky too because the images can be distorted or slicey.)
This is how I look when I sleep. Look at those chubby little cheeks!
Here she's giving us her pouty face and sticking out those beautiful (daddy look-a-like) lips.
I just thought this one was sweet with her little hand by her face.
Here's a shot of one her long legs and feet.
Since Maggie tried to hide the majority of the 30 minute session they asked us to come back the next week for a free 15 minute session. So of course we went back but this time she had her hands/arms AND her legs/feet in front of her face! We did get this cute picture with her legs crossed though.
And this one of her ear.
Since I never got a profile picture at my 19 weeks sonogram they lady took this one for me. I can't wait to see you in person Maggie! It will definitely be interesting to see how similar she looks to these photos. They also video taped the entire 30 minute session but I didn't post it on here. If anyone is interested in seeing it let me know and I can send you the online link. You probably don't want to watch the whole thing though! The place where we had it done also gave us a stuffed bear that when you squeeze it you can hear Maggie's heartbeat. Ha!
The other thing I learned was that she's currently in the breach position. I know it's still early and she has plenty of time to move but this concerns me a little because she really doesn't move around that much. I've never felt her make a full body move, just little kicks and punches, and they are always in the same spot. If I hit 32 weeks and she's still breach I'm going to start trying a bunch of techniques to get her to flip. I'll keep you posted! I think she's just really comfortable with where she's at.