Ultrasound baby claps along with mother's song
Jennifer had one of the most wonderful surprises of her life when she saw her baby on a sonogram. It came after a long struggle trying to have a child with her husband. Jennifer explains, "My husband and I had been trying to get pregnant for 2.5 years, had gone to all the doctors, had all the tests, ... and were told we wouldn't get pregnant together." But soon, a miracle happened. That same month, Jennifer and her husband found out they were pregnant. During her first trimester, the growing family kept hush-hush about the pregnancy, but an ultrasound changed that.
Jennifer explains, "Our baby clapped three times on screen. Myself and the doctor started laughing, I was amazed, my husband, was speechless, our doctor said. 'Let's sing a song, Scott do you have your phone? Let's make a video. What do you want to sing?' I immediately replied, 'if you're happy and you know it.'" It seems like the little boy or girl will be interested in music with such a rhythmic introduction.
"So my doctor and I sang, while he replayed and timed the clapping to our song, my laughing husband made the video, and our official pregnancy announcement was born!"
Congratulations to the happy couple!
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