Lilypie - Pregnancy

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

20-week ultrasound pics

Today is 21 weeks, and I am celebrating by posting pics from last week's level 2 ultrasound. Life is crazy right now while I deal with pregnancy, poison oak, our new mortgage paperwork, the title company, the contractor for our remodel, our house inspections, finding homeowner's insurance, our taxes, my full-time job, and extra work for my husband's company. Life is nuts right now!

I'm sorry to say this, but the 3D images sort of make me think of Vo.ldem.ort from the Harry Po.t.ter movie. Still, it was really cool to see. Here are my favorites from our pics - enjoy:

Tadpole's beautiful face

Tadpole's legs - knees at the top, feet at the bottom:
Turtle's face - not sure what he's doing. Holding his nose?
Turtle doing yoga - that's his leg up in front of his face. Not sure why he couldn't just take a normal picture. I'm seeing a lot of interesting family photos in our future.
Turtle's arm. I love how clearly you can see his elbow and fingers.


  1. Ha ha.....little Voldyness, I think the same thing! They're looking good though!

  2. Cool images - it won't take them long to change from resembing Lord V to being super cute!

  3. Wow, those are amazing pics! I see the resemblance to Lord V. :). Too funny!

  4. Awww cute! Are you feeling lots of movement now?

  5. Gorgeous pics, I especially love Turtle doing yoga. Sounds like things are great but busy.

  6. That's funny about the pics looking a bit like V. They look great though. Glad things are going well and hope the continue to do so.

  7. heehee Lord Voldemort, that's too funny! I can't wait to see the beautiful baby pics soon!

  8. Congrats on the house and for getting this far!! I'm sure you are super busy and I may have asked this already but when you get a chance, I would love to feature your success story on my blog! Check out the questions here: Thanks so much in advance! Take it I remember, my twin pregnancy got pretty hard (as far as walking, heart burn, cramping & contractions after 25 weeks). Hang in there, you're more than half way!


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