This survey was sponsored by the new Panorama™ NIPT, created by Natera, that enables women in the first trimester of pregnancy to be screened for more than a dozen leading genetic diseases as early as 9 weeks gestation. Additionally, the test has an optional gender screening that is >99% accurate. Because the test is performed with a routine blood draw, it does not come with a risk of miscarriage that more invasive tests (like amniocentesis) carry.Hey, guys, this is another sponsored post. Things have been insane with the holidays, so my regular programming is on hold 🙂 So Natera sent me this infographic on women's attitudes towards the journey of pregnancy. It reminded me of my own journey through the pregnancy and everything that I shared on this blog and how excited and anxious I was about the tests and the gender ultrasound. All the guessing and anticipation and how badly we wanted to have a girl ( which we got!). You can read the full story about how we found out and who we shared with here. I remember my girlfriend called me literally minutes after I found out I was pregnant, like she was sensing something, so of course I had to tell her. I regularly go back to the gender reveal video, as well, to re-live those emotions which were amazing. A really wonderful way to reveal your baby's gender. I also made a blooper video from the reveal, months after that can be watched here. Sometimes it feels like it's been years, other times I can't believe our little "pink can" is already three. What a journey!
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