Expectant parents are akwats excited to see the ultrasound images of their unborn babies. Aside from giving them a sneak peek of the appearance of their little angel, ultrasounds can be used to detect diseases that they might be able to prevent before the baby comes.
People.com, a website that provides news about celebrity and human-interest stories, reported on a very cute ultrasound incident which went vral for all the cutest reasons. The happy parents, Jodie Lee and Davie Langham, shared that their little baby Isla, who is now 18 months old, already showed similarities with her dad, who has a great love of music.
While getting the ultrasound, Isla's parents were surprised and delighted to see that the little Isla flashed the infamous rock and roll “Sign of the Horns,” which was caught in the sonogram. The mother, Jodie, was ecstatic as she shared that her partner is “massively into music.”
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The couple had been playing their baby music ranging from classic hits like Michael Jackson to opera music from the famous Andrea Bocelli. They would usually put headphones over Jodie’s baby bump so that Isla could listen to the music. The couple hoped that Isla’s hand symbol was a sign of her natural connection to music.
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“As soon as she hears music, even from a passing car, she’ll stop, put both her hands in the air and bounce up and down or shake her bum. She never stops,” Jodie shared in an interview. She added that once they saw the symbol, they were amazed by it and were even more excited to meet her at her birth.