|hand towels instead of paper towels? Awesome!|
Another thing I love here is that they make you feel comfortable by giving you a really soft robe and blanket rather than those stiff hospital looking ones and with a paper for your lap. It makes me feel more like a person rather than just another patient that walked in. They never ever rush me in my appointment and stay to talk as long as I need.
At the beginning of my last pregnancy they gave me a $50 gift certificate for the spa and when Caleb was born they gave me a $100 certificate for any procedure I would like done. Whether it's laser treatment, massage, pedicure. Whatever I wanted. So this time they just gave me a gift certificate for a facial. Man, one of these days I just need to cash it all in and have a girls day there. :D
I know I'm super early, yet I did find out Caleb's gender at only 13 weeks along. She said she didn't want to tell me in case I would be upset if she were wrong. I mean, I am only 12 weeks. I told her it's not a problem because I have both boys and girls. I'm just happy for a healthy baby. She said at this early of the stage the best way to look is from the side. If it's a boy, you can see something going straight up. If it's a girl, you can see something sticking straight out (see picture). She asked me what I thought and I replied instantly, "A girl?" She said she thinks so too but only gives it a 70% chance. So we'll see in the next ultrasound in two months. Next time it'll be a 2D and 3D ultrasound so I'll have some really neat pictures. Whether the Lord blessed us with a boy or a girl, we are very happy.