IT'S A GIRL!!!!!
IT'S A BOY!!!!
Alright, that was kinda mean. Actually, the answer is currently sitting in an envelope in an unknown (by me) location, because after all that stress and anxiety about not finding out, I decided there was no way in the world I was going to be able to just leave that information never to be seen again. I haven't caved and I don't know our baby's gender, but the point is that I could do both of those things if I decide to - and that makes all the difference!
And let me tell you, I really, really looked. Hard. It's a very good thing that Casey and I aren't responsible for actually reading those things and disseminating potentially life-changing information to expectant parents. Because here's what I saw between Baby's legs: first something that maybe might possibly have lead to something boy-part-like, and upon closer examination, a complete and total lack of anything boy-part looking. I'm only sure that it's not definitively a boy - unlike Logan, who was decidedly male from his first debut moment on ultrasound screen. So, while it's possible that we're having an androgynous baby, I think it's much more likely that we just completely suck at reading ultrasounds, and Little Surprise remains exactly that: a surprise.
It's still amazing to me just how much we can see while that tiny human is still living in my belly. We saw the four chambers of the heart, the hemispheres of the brain, femur and all ten adorable little fingers. The best part was the moment that pretty little profile appeared on the screen. That moment - though it's my third time through - still overwhelmed me with emotion and made me cry.
And so, our sweet Little Surprise, we'll be seeing you. We're lucky, blessed beyond words, and oh so thankful that you're happy and healthy in there.