The O&G business must be good. These days Dr Wong is too busy to perform the detailed scans himself so he has hired a sonographer to do them.
Detailed scans are not a must have but they do offer a good opportunity to detect any foetal abnormalities before the baby is born. This facilitates arrangements for the availability of paediatric specialists to be present at the birth should there be a need for them.
Also optional is the opportunity to get a 4D scan – which is basically a photograph and video of your baby in the womb. I’m not sure that there are any specific benefits of getting a 4D scan aside from parental pride and getting some sneak peeks at your baby before he is born.
Anyway, I went in for the detailed scan and 4D imaging yesterday and it appears that my second son is another carbon copy of Daddy.
The nose is undeniably Daddy’s:
Gareth must have been sleeping because there wasn’t much movement from him.