Hey Everyone, I didn't want to completely go off topic in the kids and family swap but wanted to share our news with my disboards friends so I started a new thread. As most of you know, DH and I are expecting. We went into this week with more excitement than a night before a trip Disney World- we had our 20 week anatomy scan on Tuesday. I did share the news in the swap but if you don't know baby dacky's gender or do and still want to see the cute Disney-filled video my DH put together, check it out here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEbuX_gZl9I Now onto the reason I asked for lots of P&PD. We found out on Tuesday that Baby Dacky had the possibility of skeletal dysplasia- possibly dwarfism (think Little People, Big World or Little Couple on TLC). They weren't sure but saw that the arms/legs weren't measuring correctly and that there was some major curving to the bones. We held out hope that they were incorrect in what they saw and met with a specialist on Thursday. That office performed an ultrasound for well over an hour and sadly confirmed that our baby does have skeletal dysplasia- specifically osteogenesis imperfecta or commonly known as brittle bone disease. Baby Dacky has a long battle ahead. His arms are in better shape than his legs; there are some bones of his legs that are at 90 degree angles when they should be straight. I could get an amnio to verify what type it is, but we may just wait until the baby is born to figure that out and avoid any other risks. I'll be closely monitored over the next 4 months and am now looking at a c-section. I've already started contacting specialists and pediatricians to help us understand what we are facing with our son. Although it's all been a lot to digest, and has dulled our excitement a bit, it's still thrilling to know we are going to be parents. We know we are strong people and that God chose us for a reason. I'm truly grateful for all the support, thoughts, P&PD and love you ladies send our way. And obviously, am grateful for the distraction of swapping.