Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Ultrasound III




Well we had the most perfect ultrasound today. The tech was able to see all four chambers of the heart along with the brain anatomy. Everything looked great! The tech was fabulous and explained each thing she was looking at. She also got excited when we got excited. It was just so refreshing and relieving. I am posting two pics here but we are also going to post the DVD. Take your time (if you have it) and watch it all the way through. It has several pauses but if you watch it all, you will see some really cool 3D images (she gave us these for free...normal cost-$150!) as well as the chambers of his heart at the end. The top pic above is him about to rub his eyes (you can also see his umbilical cord) and the bottom pic is him punching! He weighs about a pound right now!

PS At the end of the ultrasound, the tech was going to take several more pics for us in 3D but he rolled over and put his head down in the placenta. She tried for about five minutes to get him to move his head but he refused! Too funny! It was very cute!

7 comments:

H & E said...

Aww, he's already being stubborn, lol! These are great pics, Karin and Brian! I'm glad you guys had such a great day :)

Aimee said...

He's beautiful! I have happy tears for you guys! What a miracle.

Anonymous said...

Oh technology!
Aunt Mary

Tere said...

I am so very happy for you guys! Please keep us posted.
Tere Gilmour

H & E said...

The video is so awesome to watch! I wish we had one of the boys. Baby Hume is definitely still a boy, lol!

Anonymous said...

Hi Humes,
Of course, I am not able to see the video. I have only the work computer! I will try to see it the next time that I go to my son's house. He has my good computer. Anyway, the pics are wonderful. What a marvelous miracle and joy to experience now! Waiting for this gift from God will be exciting as you share your months with us. I am thrilled for you!!! God is so blessing His people!!
love, Alice

Aimee said...

Re: video
WOW! How awesome our God is. Baby Hume still has lots of wiggle room, eh?