So today was the big day and essentially we know nothing yet. But between the holding her down, trying to make sure she didn't eat ultrasound gel, and keeping her from wiggling I used my super sleuth skills to see her kidneys.
I'm pretty sure the sonographer wasn't really supposed to say much but when I said, that looks like a kidney shape, she confirmed my keen awareness of shapes. So, she in fact has two kidneys, and from what I could tell, at least a pancreas, bladder, and liver.
It was something to keep her eyes off of the little wand and all it's associated wires and such and her hands out of the goo!
We ran down to the cafeteria place to get lunch before going home and while we were there, I felt guilty for having my laughy, healthy baby in there. I felt like we should have been somewhere else. There were so many children that obviously felt terrible but were just trying to get out of their room for a change of scenery.
I'm almost positive that every.single.person in the hospital stopped to say something about how fantastic her chunky cheeks are.
I'm so happy to have a happy, healthy, squeezy chunk. My heart felt so heavy for all of those babies today who only had the energy to cuddle with their mom.
If you didn't already know, this is how cool kids sit in their seats