Over-Sharing at Ultrasound Party?

In a new parenting trend, expecting couples are hosting sonogram-photo viewing parties.
2:09 | 01/08/13

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This looks like your typical baby shower. But it's really a baby viewing shower. The newest trend for parents to be. Tiny fingers and toes captured in -- Maggie and -- Smith turned what used to get private moment in the doctor's all of his. Yeah intra party. Their home and -- little -- on the big screen. Is the main attraction. One -- right. -- -- -- -- -- -- But this is more like -- emotion are experiencing -- and let him. Just like in this friends episode at the doctor's office it's hard to make out exactly what you're seeing. And the pictures you -- -- are often blurry and confusing. So -- he hired -- review and undergo ultrasound service. First you're like. Not enter the united don't know what at what really change your mind. -- was she has -- live influence in the. Lisa Dixon is an ultrasound technician she charges couples around 500 bucks. For the at home viewing experience. -- it's entertainment purposes only. So I do absolutely no diagnostic. She says sometimes couples want your baby's gender revealed in front of everyone. Though some critics worry extra -- salads may pose unnecessary risks. Just because it safe in medicine doesn't mean that it should be done excessively. Or without proper medical indication. -- -- -- third or fourth -- And there's no question that there's no proof that he there's no proven -- -- that. This is already knew there -- having a Beloit. And it was finally time to show -- mall for the car. And -- overjoyed to see her grandson. For the very first time and the fifth. And Good Morning America Abbie Boudreau ABC news Los Angeles.

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