Babies A and B: 1 in 17,000 of having an chromosomal abnormality
Baby C: 1 in 16,000 of having an chromosomal abnormality
WOO HOO! Absolutely thrilled with their NT measurements! Some other good things we saw on the ultrasound: all have visible stomachs and bladders, strong heartbeats, visible nasal bones, and are very active. Dr. P was super happy and said the babies are perfectly healthy and normal as far as we can tell. I absolutely loved our sonographer, who was 31 weeks pregnant, because she narrated the whole scan, telling me what was what, how everything looked good, and made a gender prediction, which she said was early, but she was "pretty sure." I will post a Blogspot poll so you can all make your best guess and the answer will be revealed on Sunday.
They record full DVD's of the whole ultrasound, so I only got a few pictures, but cute they are. I will make my husband (AKA: Tech Support) figure out how to post a bit of the video.
I am full of gratitude, and so happy they are well inside of me. I loved seeing each nose, wiggly body and face. These are our children, and they are healthy. Grateful does not begin to cover it.
Here is C, looking adorable:
Here are all of them in one shot. 3 perfect little heads, snuggling together!