Clapping Unborn Baby

Clapping Unborn Baby

Hello Reader,

I saw this video on facebook of an unborn baby clapping in his mother’s womb as they sing. If you haven’t seen this video I know you will want to so without further adieu…

Watching this video reminded me of my ultrasound videos of my son and how he would always put his hand infront of his face or roll over and put his back to the camera.

During my first and second trimester I had to get an ultrasound every two weeks because I was high risk. I was also receiving a weekly shot in the butt along with my normal doctor visits. I went to every means possible to make sure I had a healthy baby but it sure felt like my life was nothing but doctors appointments for the first six months of my pregnancy.  After finding this video, I decided to go looking for pictures and videos of my unborn son.

It is really crazy to realize just how big he has gotten since then or even since birth.

ULTRASOUNDS

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Looking at these images get me all teary-eyed and I can almost feel the butterflies of his little kicks again. Haha phanom kicks, those are great! Hahaha

That’s about all I have time for today but I hope you all will be back tomorrow and I’d love you hear from you. Questions, comments or ideas.

Thank you for reading, now go get your mom on!

Sincerely,

Blog of the Mom

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Swinging like a big boy!!

7 thoughts on “Clapping Unborn Baby

  1. I saw this too and was a little suspicious. I snoped it and sure enough the baby had put it’s hands together once and the doctor was rewinding it as they sang to make it looked like the baby was clapping. Still a darling video and quite funny that the doctor thought to do that.

  2. I always find those 3 D shots a little creepy. I know that new mums love them though! Ha ha! I think we have not even tapped the length to which mamma nad baby communicate during pregnancy. It is so cool!

  3. Thanks for another wonderful post. Where else could anyone get that type of information in such aperfect way of writing? I’ve a prtniseateon next week, and I’m on the look for such information.

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