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Old Dec 21st, 2017, 03:45 AM   11
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Originally Posted by luci and bump View Post
I think that's what worries OH, it's about 45 mins altogether, which is quite a long time when you're 5. I hadn't even thought about taking a third adult with us OHs nan has had 4 children, but has never been to a scan, so it could be really special for her to see too I'll suggest that to OH later, especially as there's a little play area there (apparently) so she could always keep an eye on them there if they start playing up a bit.
Having a third adult is definitely the way forward!

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Old Dec 23rd, 2017, 15:53 PM   12
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I took my son when he was 2 and a half. He loved it thought it was really cool

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Old Dec 26th, 2017, 02:07 AM   13
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I also think a 3rd person who can take them out is a good idea but I would check with the scan place to kake sure it's ok to take so many people with you. Private clinics are much more ameniable than hospitals here but the room where I had my 4D scan was tiny could barely fit two chairs in for 'spectators'

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Old Dec 27th, 2017, 17:31 PM   14
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We brought our 2 and 4 year olds to our 20 week scan and they were great. If they are excited to have a sibling why not

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Old Dec 30th, 2017, 23:52 PM   15
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I would take them. We took our 6 year old son to find out the gender of this baby, and he was so over the moon about it.

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