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LOL It's driving me nuts too but nothing I can do until I get my scan. The Dr that does mine is so much fun. He likes to play with his machines and is more than willing to take lots of time and have fun with it. Dh's cousin went to him as well and she wasn't finding out the gender of her first, so the entire time he kept referring to the baby as a future baseball player, she said it wasn't until after she had her SON that she put two and two together. lol
We can take in a DVD and record it and he writes on the screen to say Hi Mommy, etc... On my daughters, he wrote, Hi Mommy.. I need a dress! lol So to me, it's worth the wait because the scan is free but it's worthy of paying for. lol
I have less then 3 weeks for my gender scan. It's a 3d/4d video plus pictures AND I called them yesterday and the technician usually rights a verification letter regarding the gender, however, after I explained to them my situation about a 4 bedroom in Italy she talked to the md and the md will right the gender verification letter based on what the tech says...woohoo!
I really really want to, but the closest one is like 3 hours away, and they won't do a gender scan until you've had a 18 week scan . Poo. Guess I'll wait and pray he or she shows. Carly didn't show us anything during my 18 week, I didn't find out the gender until like 25 weeks!!
Jackie, wife to Carl
Mama to Carly Evelyn (01/05/07)
Alexander Richard, born 10/21/09 via emergency c/s
8lbs, 7 3/4 oz