It’s gonna be another boy!

Douglas is going to be a big brother, but until today we didn’t know if he would have a sister or a brother.  However, after months of being referred to as “Molly”, little “Moses” has decided he had enough.  Today at our 20 week ultrasound, he let us know quite clearly that Douglas will be getting a little brother. 
“Moses” isn’t his actual name; it’s just what we’ll call him until we decide for sure.

Everything looks great, and he seems very healthy with no issues.   We had both a normal ultrasound and a heart-specific ultrasound to make sure that Douglas’s problem isn’t being repeated.  “Moses” is 1 lb, and we are halfway through the pregnancy. The official due date is October 16, although Jenny is expecting the actual due date to be later (more like the end of October).

Pictures

The baby's head is to the right, elbow to the upper left, with the hand right in front of the face, thumb up.

The baby's head is to the right, elbow to the upper left, with the hand right in front of the face, thumb up.

The same, though not as clear.

The same, though not as clear.

The left foot is marked by two crosses, with the toes pointing to the left.

The left foot is marked by two crosses, with the toes pointing to the left.

The right foot is marked by two crosses, with the toes pointing to the left.

The right foot is marked by two crosses, with the toes pointing to the left.

The head is in the middle, looking towards the top, with the crown to the left, chin to the right.

The head is in the middle, looking towards the top, with the crown to the left, chin to the right.

The head is in the middle, looking towards the top, with the crown to the left, chin to the right.

The head is in the middle, looking towards the top, with the crown to the left, chin to the right.

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About Lance Finney

Father of two boys, Java developer, Ethical Humanist, and world traveler (when I can sneak it in). Contributor to Grounded Parents.
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