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We had our ultrasound at 9:00 this morning. It was such an amazing experience. We were able to watch the baby move and listen to the heartbeat (Avery got to pick out a stuffed animal which plays the baby's heartbeat when she hugs it...she chose a frog!)

We did NOT look when the two ultrasound technicians looked to identify the gender. We told them we didn't want to know and that we were having a party.

We brought two baby painted baby pink and the other painted baby blue. The technician put the correct pumpkin in a box and discarded the other.

At 3:00, Avery opened the box in front of our friends and family.

Here is a video from the reveal..

And here is a video from the ultrasound...

Last, but not least, here are a few pictures...


  1. Congratulations on another little girl, now you get to reuse all of Avery's adorable clothes :)

    How many weeks is Meg? I'm having to wait until 16 weeks for the gender scan, 6 more weeks-can't wait to find out!!

  2. Congratulations! The video was adorable. I think Avery is going to be a wonderful big sister.

  3. Yay! Congrats on your new little girl. Totally loved the u/s video and the reveal video! :)

  4. Congratulations! I'm sure Avery will love having a little sister!

  5. I hope all is well with the 3(4) of you, I keep checking in to see if there's been an update.

    As of tomorrow I am 20 weeks pregnant and 2 weeks ago we found out the gender...

    Hope to hear from you soon, all the best from London


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