Today we had our early anatomy scan, the ‘big’ scan most pregnant women have at 20-21 weeks because our sonographer found increased nuchal translucency at our ten week scan. While we accepted our babies increased risk of Down Syndrome, it was still a long stressful seven weeks waiting to find out our babies faith.


Today we got fantastic news. Our early anatomy today was very reassuring, with no structural abnormalities and all fetal anatomy was visual and appeared normal. We even got to see our little baby in 4d. One of the creepiest things I’ve ever seen.

We were also very naughty at our scan today, we couldn’t resist temptation and we found out the sex of our baby. Kayla has wanted a little sister forever. Looks like she won’t have to wait long either…

18 Comments on Anatomy Scan and Gender Reveal

  1. Congratulations and being a DS mummy I will say that it’s scary as hell after you first get a diagnosis but soon enough it will all just fall away and it won’t matter because you will have a beautiful amazing baby.
    We didn’t get our diagnosis until our little miss was born but I can honestly say she is the best thing to ever happen to us and she gave me a deeper understanding of true unconditional love.

    • How lovely!! I wrote a post couple weeks ago shock, grievance, acceptance kind of piece. Our risk is still higher than the average but thats okay. I’ve been blessed with another baby!! Thank you x

  2. Congratulations! 🙂 I’d always wanted a 4D scan, never got round to it though x #mummymonday

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