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tomaro!! Rachel Whalen 1 child; New York 406 posts
23rd Jul

im getting my 37 week sono for the estimated weight of the baby! im so excited to see what they say because I don't have a really big belly and people keep saying "oh shes gunna be tiny" so I hope I can prove them wrong. how many of your sonos were correct with the estimated weight. or were they completely off and by how much? jw TIA

user banned 2 kids; Georgia 24891 posts
23rd Jul

tomorrow?

Arks Mama! ಠ_ಠ 1 child; Utah 2401 posts
23rd Jul

At 37 weeks they estimated 7 1/2 pounds, but at 38 weeks he came out at 6 and a half pounds.

KH. TTC since Jul 2013; 1 child; Texas 4107 posts
23rd Jul

Had an ultrasound at 35 weeks and he was estimated at 6lbs. Was born at 41 weeks and was 8lbs 10oz.

Rachel Whalen 1 child; New York 406 posts
23rd Jul
Quoting A❤T=P&W:" tomorrow? "

yea I cant spell really good I don't know how to fix it either after I saw how bad it was spelled I was like damn how do I change it now

Rachel Whalen 1 child; New York 406 posts
23rd Jul
Quoting Kaylie [11.27.11]:" Had an ultrasound at 35 weeks and he was estimated at 6lbs. Was born at 41 weeks and was 8lbs 10oz."

so when they do the estimation there saying the weight she is now, or the estimation of what she she will b born as?

Ang ♥ 3 kids; Cicero, IN, United States 528 posts
23rd Jul

I can't remember with daughter because that was almost 4 years ago. I want to say it was an ultrasound done around 36 or 37 weeks (she was born at 38 weeks) guessing around 7 pounds. She came out 7lbs, 8oz. The doctor I went to with my son only gives an 8 week and 20 week ultrasound unless there's a reason for another.

Amelia [26 wks Boy!] Due July 20; 4 angel babies; Tallahassee, Florida 14359 posts
23rd Jul
Quoting Rachel Whalen:" yea I cant spell really good I don't know how to fix it either after I saw how bad it was spelled I was like damn how do I change it now"


Use a browser with a built in spell check like Firefox. You can right click on the words to get the correct spelling.

Kait. 3 kids; Iowa 2345 posts
23rd Jul

I had one right before delivering (2 days and 1 day) with both of my pregnancies. They were 2oz off with my first and exactly right with my second.

KH. TTC since Jul 2013; 1 child; Texas 4107 posts
23rd Jul

<blockquote><b>Quoting Rachel Whalen:</b>" so when they do the estimation there saying the weight she is now, or the estimation of what she she will b born as?"</blockquote>




Weight he was then.

user banned 1 child; :), :), United States 5380 posts
23rd Jul

I thought this was going to be about a tomato.



I had a couple sonograms. I don't remember the estimated weight, but something had me thinking DD would be very tiny but she ended up being almost 10 pounds.

Rachel Whalen 1 child; New York 406 posts
23rd Jul
Quoting Jake Blues:" I thought this was going to be about a tomato. I had a couple sonograms. I don't remember the estimated ... [snip!] ... remember the estimated weight, but something had me thinking DD would be very tiny but she ended up being almost 10 pounds."

lol. and I have this feeling that she is going to be big and people keep saying no cause your belly is so small, im like well I don't think that has much to do with it
so I guess ill find out soon