Monday, March 2, 2009

Twincesses!

Well, the verdict is in! Our ultrasound technician informed us that she is 100% sure that Baby A is a girl, and 90% sure that Baby B is also a girl! Baby A is on my right, head down, and Baby B is on my left, head up. B is also sitting on A's head. :) They're measuring perfectly, and there is no cause for concern in any area. We're so thankful! Here are a few of our favorite pictures:

Here are their profiles, side by side, in two different photos:

Their chests are touching, even though their heads are in different directions. Here are their hearts, beating next to each other.

Here are both babies in one shot -- the left of the picture is up, and the right is down. B is very clearly sitting on A's face. :)

Here's my favorite -- a 3-D image of B. (A was face down, so hopefully we can get one of her next time.) I love her big lips, and can you see her foot and toes to the right (her left)?

I'll be going in to the twin specialist every two weeks from now on, so we'll have lots more ultrasound pictures to show you as time goes on! Tony is already head over heels in love with his two girls, of course. We're so excited to meet them face to face. :)

5 comments:

Anne said...

I'm stalking you again, Heather!! I love the sonogram pictures. 2 girls...you are going to have so much fun!!! :) (You would have fun no matter if they were boys or boy & girl too! :)) Hope all is going well. Take care!

Anonymous said...

I love your title and the pics! I must have woke up at midnight to be one of the early ones to see my granddaughters. I too am in love with our twincesses! Love from the paternal grandma

Jenia said...

Yipee! More Girls! That is so exciting. Need I say, if you want to borrow some baby girl clothes just call:) Sydney was very excited to hear of more girl cousins. I like the sonogram pics, that is so sweet. Love to you all!

Sarah said...

Wow, that's great news!! Now the name quest can begin in earnest!

The Gerster Family said...

YEA! I am so excited for your two little princesses! Have you thought about names?