That's about all I can make out in these images. Anything after 4-D images is sort of anti-climactic, but we were still excited to get our latest scans on Saturday. Dr. Shivani says everything is still looking good, though our little Toad and Alien (Adrián says "no los llames así, coño. ") have diverged pretty significantly in size since the last scan. As of last Saturday, Toad weighed in at an estimated 984 grams. Alien lagged at 688 grams.
That translates to a two-week difference in gestational age -- Toad was a week ahead of their actual GA at 26 weeks three days, and Alien was a week behind at 24 weeks four days. As always, it's possible to go into anxiety mode by consulting Dr. Google and finding studies like this one that says that discordant weights lead to premature birth, fetal death, global warming, plantar warts and war in the Middle East. But both babies are still within the bounds of normal and Dr. Shivani is pleased, so I'm not worried. Much. At this very moment.
We're still thinking boy and girl.