Hi everyone, just wanted to officially say hi to everyone in third tri, think I'm finally ready to move over properly!!
Also to share my news as I'm about to burst.....I'm TEAM BLUE!!
Went to Peek a View baby scanning today who were great, and got to see my wee man in 3D.... thought I'd share a few photos.
Managed to stay Team yellow until now but I caved the moment we entered the scanning room, though it wasn't a massive surprise (we spotted boy bits at the 20week scan) to find out it's a BOY, I'm so happy I know now for definate.
My only concern was that I think the cord is wrapped around baby's neck, but I've looked online and apparantly its nothing to worry about, unless its tightly double wrapped, is this right? I've looked back at the CD rom photos and was kinda worried, though baby looked fine, sleeping and yawning for most of the scan! Does anyone have any knowledge about this?
Its really common to have cord round baby's necks. Its pretty harmless as long as midwife or who ever helping assist u in bringing ur boy into the world removes it when his head comes out. He is very cute!
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