He’s less than four weeks away and I’d be lying if I didn’t say I was nervous. This week, however, we got our last look at him via ultrasound at the hospital. What was notable was that his body was charted at growing two weeks in advance of Kerry’s actual gestational period (ie: he’s a 37 week torso in the 35th week of pregnancy).
His legs are at 35 weeks, which means he may have inherited my stubby legs but may have a bigger torso. I wonder if our DNA is combining to made a disproportionately sized child. We’ve been wondering what he will look like but that’s where the hospital’s technology comes in: They have a special software programme that, based on previous ultrasounds, as well as physical characteristics of the parents, extrapolates what the baby will look like as an adult.
We’ve just now gotten the results are impressed with the amount of detail they show. Have a look for yourself: