If there is one thing I wish we did when I was pregnant with my daughter, it's a 3D ultrasound. We are thrilled to introduce, Belly Bean Imaging as an exhibitor for the Busy Bump Baby Shower! They just launched this summer and the unique thing about Belly Bean is they are mobile! How amazing would it be to have an intimate ultrasound experience at home? We found out more about this great new service for expectant couples below. Make sure to come and find out more about them at The Busy Bump Baby Shower. They are giving away a "Quality Time" package valued at $249.00 to one lucky guest!
1. What kind of products and/ or services do you offer?
I offer mobile 3D/4D Ultrasounds to expecting mothers
2. What is the price point?
$90-$425 But we have amazing grand opening prices on at the moment
3. How long have you been operating and how did you start?
Belly Bean Imaging has just launched this summer.
I decided to open a mobile ultrasound company after I had my first son, four years ago. I had a 3D/4D ultrasound where I had to travel all the way down town, pay for parking three blocks away, and waddle all the way to the office... no thank you! The experiance tho, was amazing, to see my baby and what he was up to inside and what he looked like blew me away! It made me so happy, and that's what I wanted to do... Make expecting mothers happy.
4. What is your favorite part of what you do? What is the biggest challenge?
My favorite part is to see the parents face when you tell them the gender of the baby. They get so excited no matter what they are having but the tears of joy on their face makes my job so much more of a personal experience that I get to treasure.
Biggest challenge is to not want more kids!!! haha every time I see babies makes my ovaries ach!
In all seriousness, the all time biggest challenge is to make sure that the baby is fully co-operating... babies in the mothers belly are unpredictable and can be positioned where we won't be able to see their face (back turned towards us, hand over their face, hiding behind their placenta) and that can be quite a disappointment.
5. If you’re a mom, what is one thing you wish you knew when you were pregnant/what advice would you give to a new mom?
A book can only go so far... you can read as many books on pregnancy/delivering and what to expect after you have had baby... but nothing can compare to the real deal.