how i knit to stay sane

November 6, 2008

Who’s in my belly?

Filed under: Uncategorized — K @ 11:14 am

We had our 20 week ultrasound last week.  Now, to give the background, when I was pregnant with my first, we were absolutely sure, from the beginning, that we were having a boy.  And Noah was a wonderful addition to the family, but certainly not surprising in his boy-ness.  With my second, I felt that unmistakable mother’s instinct:  Another boy is on the way!  And if I hadn’t been strapped to the surgical table, I surely would have fallen off when the doctor said, “It’s a girl!”

We really enjoyed our two previous surprises, but we decided that, this time around, if we could see for pretty darn sure one way or the other, we’d like to know — it would be fun to tell the kids and get them ready a little more for the impending new arrival.  I’ve mentioned a few times before that I thought it was a boy, and as we’ve seen, I’m right 50% of the time.  I’ll leave you to “diagnose” the tie-breaker, and you can see if your guess is right when I post a picture of the baby sweater I made for Bumper.  Good luck!

Profile Shot:

Profile shot, with a bonus hand and foot:

Speaking of foot (Look!  You can count the toes!):

And the money shot:

(You’re on your own, now!)

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3 Comments »

  1. I’m thinking boy! Or was I thinking girl? I hope you guys are better at reading the ultrasound then I am!

    Comment by twinknitting — November 7, 2008 @ 12:17 pm

  2. jeez, you’d think after having four of my own I’d know what I’m looking at. But you know, still looks like martians from Mars to me.

    TELL!

    Comment by genia — November 8, 2008 @ 10:22 am

  3. Yay Kelly!! Congratulations!!!!

    Comment by Kayla — November 10, 2008 @ 3:20 pm


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