Jesus shows up in another Ultrasound

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A couple of years ago, a woman got a picture from her ultrasound and was very surprised to see the face of Jesus hovering over her baby. Now a woman in Ohio has apparently witnessed the second coming. Well, the second appearance of Jesus in an ultrasound, anyway. Instead of seeing her daughter in the ultrasound, Monet Sledge spotted what appeared to be the Jesus on the cross.

What Sledge is actually seeing in the picture is her daughter's outstretched leg bones with the still-developing knees forming Jesus' head. Still, Sledge sees the illusion as a good omen. "People say maybe my baby is gonna be blessed and maybe it is a good sign," said Sledge. "I don't know, I've done wrong in my life, maybe he's forgiven me early."

I dunno... I never saw anything in an ultrasound but bits and pieces of my various rugrats. Maybe I'm just not as blessed. Anyone else ever see something other than a baby in their ultrasound?
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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