On wed. I had my first ultrasound and got to see my baby for the first time! It was amazing. I felt like being pregnant up to that point was almost all in my head, especially since I am not showing or feeing movement yet. I saw it moving around and it put up its little hand for us to see. It was a nerve wrecking appointment because I was seeing a specialist because they were worried about birth defects (because of my family history). They said the baby looks perfectly normal right now and I am so releived. It was an amazing experience and I can't wait until week 20 when I will have my next one!
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