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Miss Meatball Says Hi!

It's a girl!

We found at the sex at our sonogram appointment yesterday. The technician checked twice (at my request). I am very, very excited to have a daughter but wanted to be extra sure it WAS a daughter so I don't have to clothe my son in dresses for the first 6 months. Honestly I just had to take the technician's word for it because I really had no idea what I was looking at most of the time. Some of the features, such as the hands and feet, were clearly visible. She zoomed in and out so fast with the sonogram machine that I kept getting confused at what I was seeing. At one moment I thought I was looking at Meatball's head and then found out it was actually a zoomed in view of her kidney.

This is the first granddaughter on the Sundin side of the family. Everyone is very excited. My grandma is especially excited to meet her first great-granddaughter.

The Senasacs were convinced Meatball was going to be a girl. Ginette is the youngest of 7 kids. The birth order was boy, girl, boy, girl, girl, girl, girl (Ginette). Currently there are 6 grandchildren in the family. The birth order of the grandchildren has followed this same trend exactly going boy, girl, boy, girl, girl, girl... If Meatball turned out to be a boy the chain would have been broken.

All the pressure is off for future grandchildren now that the prophecy has been fulfilled.


Click the above picture to see the rest of the sonogram images.

Comments (3)


Yay! I am off to the store to buy pink yarn (or does Miss Meatball like purple?)


It will be hard to top "Miss Meatball' for a nickname as she is growing up.


i love how the picture say hello, hello back miss meatball!

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