In this picture, we have Tiny doing what Tiny does best…sleeping and thumb sucking! 🙂
Although you can see more of Tiny’s profile and little fist in the mouth! (Very cool.) The white line running down Tiny’s profile are the bones in the face. You can also see the little hand and arm bent at the elbow. Even in utero this kid is CUTE! 🙂
In this picture, we have Tiny’s tiny little face. It doesn’t look quite like the alien look Tiny was sporting a few ultrasounds ago. 🙂
The oval under the word “face” is Tiny’s right eye. The gray part just above that oval is Tiny’s forehead. The black spot below and to the right of Tiny’s left eye. The short white line in the middle are the bones in Tiny’s nose. There’s a small grayish-black line just under the nose, that’s Tiny’s slightly open mouth. I think the two circles under the chin are Tiny’s elbows because during the ultrasound Tiny had the left hand and arm tucked under the head. And the right hand and arm were tucked similarly on the opposite side of the face. (Think the famous “Home Alone” scream, without the open screaming mouth. 😉 lol)
And last but not least, Tiny’s last 24 week ultrasound picture!
In this one Tiny is just sort of hanging out. I believe this was taken either just before or just after I was kicked really hard for allowing the “evil Barb” to poke at us again. 😉 lol
On the left side of the picture, see that circle with the dot in the middle? That’s Tiny’s knee, like I said I was either getting kicked or had just been kicked. lol The odd shape to the right of the word “body” is Tiny’s hand/arm, I’m not sure from which side. And then you have quite possibly the most beautiful profile shot I’ve ever seen in a 2D ultrasound. The white line just under the word “face” are the bones in Tiny’s forehead. Then moving to the left, you’ve got Tiny’s nose. (So cute.) Then Tiny’s top lip. And Tiny’s bottom lip. Go on, tell me my child isn’t adorable! 🙂
Barb also put Tiny’s estimated weight on this picture. Based on all the measurements, Tiny appears to be about 1 lb 7 oz, which is in the 55% for the gestational age. 🙂