Who (or What) Did Your Fetus Look Like?
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Surely, however, there have been other things spotted in an ultrasound besides gods and goddesses, yes? Why, yes, there have been. How about a Amy Winehouse or Edvard Munsch's painting, The Scream? Sure enough, they've shown up in ultrasounds one time or another. And then there's the fan and a pair of beanbags.
Has anyone else spotted anything in their ultrasound that didn't look like a baby-to-be? I don't think we ever had anything like that show up, although my mother-in-law is convinced my oldest son wave at her while she was watching an ultrasound. What did you see on the screen?
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