I forgot to put this in my post yesterday. When my regular ob did an ultrasound she started laughing and said look at all that hair. On the screen around her head you can see all the hair floating in the water. It was crazy looking! I even sat up off the bed just staring at it. She told me she's never seen a baby with such a full head of hair before. LOL I knew my dh and I would have a little monkey baby.
LOL! No, I haven't but I have never had an u/s this late in the game. Just my mid pregnancy one and that's it.......I wish I could get another look at her, but I guess I will just have to wait for the big day. ***sigh***
When I had an u/s with my first, asked the tech if they could tell if he had any hair or not. He said you really can't tell too well by u/s. It looked like my son had a lot of hair in the pictures and I was so excited thinking it could be hair. When he was born...he was practically bald. lol. Oh well!!! But I didn't think to ask with this baby about the hair since it was a different tech. We'll find out soon enough!
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