Waving at 10 Weeks

This is Baby Boy, back when I was pregnant, and not a new baby! 😊

Here is my Baby Boy, waving at you at only 10 weeks old!

You can see his little hand and his thumb! 😍

BB moved a lot, even at the 8-week ultrasound. I stopped and asked the nurse, “Is that him moving??” I could not believe how much jumping and twirling and flipping this little guy was doing!!

And yes, he’s just as active todayπŸ˜†

At 20 weeks, look at his cute button nose πŸ₯°

My Baby Bear only weighed a little over 6 pounds at one point. We breast-fed him and supplemented with formula, and his weight went up nicely and pretty fast, too.

The photo is him getting his formula.

Did you know that a baby could wave at you at 10 weeks? 😍

If you have kids, did anything delightfully surprise you during the ultrasounds? I love hearing baby stories, so let me know!

God bless all the little babies!

Yari, the ✿ Lovely Panda Mom ✿

For you created my inmost being;
you knit me together in my mother’s womb.

Psalm 139:13 NIV


  1. How cute. My sister did ultra-sounds for a living. This was during the early days of the technology. She did one for our son. She declared, it’s a boy. I said how do you know. She highlighted something on the screen. I said, oh yes, that is clear.

    They are so cute when young. They do grow up. My son is now following the way of Jesus. Good news!


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    • Oh that’s great! 😊❀️ Our “it’s a boy” sonogram is so funny because it looks like he’s doing a jump πŸ˜… I’m so happy for you and your son! It’s my goal that my little one knows the real Jesus and grows up in a good church (unlike my own childhood). I pray for him so much ❀️ So it makes me happy to hear that 😊 Have a good one!

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  2. I did NOT know they looked this… human at only a few weeks old! I’ve never been pregnant but one of my girlfriends was recently and I was amazed at how far ultrasound technology has come. Her later pictures looked like actually photographs, 3D and everything!

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