Posted by: traceyhanson | January 27, 2008


The morning of January 14, I had some issues again. (I won’t go into detail.) This pregnancy isn’t going to be easy. I called my Dr. and she brought me in right away and everything seemed OK. Given my issues she thought it would be good to see the Perinatologist earlier than waiting until 16 weeks. I was 13 weeks at the time. A Perinatologist is an obstetrical sub-specialist concerned with the care of the mom and baby at higher than normal risk for complication. Being pregnant with twins puts me in the high risk category. They want to monitor the twin’s progress and make sure they are growing properly. My Dr. scheduled us to see him that Wednesday, January 16. We will see the Perinatologist, Dr. Pearcan, every 4 weeks. Jaime came with me to this appointment because I knew that they were going to use high tech equipment and it would be really cool.

The ultrasound was amazing. Both the babies were both moving around like crazy. He measured their arms, legs, stomach and heads. We could see their hearts beating and four chambers! He was even surprised to see what he thought was a penis! He said if he was a betting man he would say it is a boy and a girl. But it’s still early and he hopes to confirm in three weeks. Baby A, who the Dr. thinks is the boy, was rolling around like crazy and Baby B, who he thinks is the girl, was just chilling out but put up her arm and we could see her fingers spread out. Just amazing, what a miracle.

He couldn’t see anything that was causing my spotting and bleeding. So for now I just have to trust that the babies are fine and just keep laying low. I see both Doctors again in 1 1/2 weeks; I’ll be 16 weeks.

Overall I have been feeling great. I am in maternity clothes because my stomach has popped. I still have some food aversions which is mainly meat.

Here are two amazing pictures.



  1. Wow. Amazing! Good luck!!!!

  2. So glad to hear everything is ok, I was getting worried without having a post to read!!! The pictures are beautiful and definitely a little keepsake. :o)

  3. Oh my gosh Tracey…those ultrasound pictures are beautiful! I’m so glad you’re doing ok–keep hanging in there. And wow…possibly one of each?! You are truly blessed. 🙂

  4. i LOVE the ultrasound pictures…they are so amazing. i remember before selah was born you could kinda figure out where the head was and what the baby looked like..and now it’s like OH MY GOODNESS, there’s a head and some arms and legs! 😀 hope you’re doing ok. love you.

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