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Our boy in 4D

This morning we got to see Will on the big screen in 4D! It was just as incredible as it was when we did it with Kate. The whole family sitting on chairs and the couch around to see our boy and he put on quite a show! Kate was pointing out his eyes and such although I don't think she had a clue what she was looking at!

Here are a few pictures of our precious boy!

He was being shy with his hands in front of his face

awesome shot of his arms and legs! Toned baby!

He has his big sisters button nose...and those lips! SOO precious!!

here he is snuggled up against his hands with is knees curled up
another snuggle bug!

Here is big sister during her 4D session. 
Being the drama queen that she is!

From now on our little man will be working hard to pack on the pounds. I'm making his job easy with providing an excellent diet and special treats. Christmas is coming baby boy! We're gonna have you chunky in no time!

On a more serious note, I will never cease to be amazed by pregnancy and the birth of a child. It's incredible knowing that the Lord already knows Will. He is knitting him together perfectly and we take such comfort in that and are beyond thankful for God giving us another precious gift to take care of, love and raise.


"I knew you before I formed you in your mother's womb. Before you were born I set you apart and appointed you as my prophet to the nations." - Jeremiah 1:5


3 more months baby boy! Can hardly wait to meet you for the first time!!!!

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