A psuedo-sigh of relief can be let out. We went in for our first ultrasound yesterday (little guy kept running from us so it was hard to see). It was on a little office ultrasound machine so it couldn't see everything, but two of the 3 larger markers for Down's Syndrome (nuchal fold in the neck and the nose bone) both looked good. Hands, feet. . . all 5's and the right size. Everything growing like it should. We still didn't get a good look at the heart so we're not completely relieved, but this is all good news.
I'll put some pics up this weekend, provided our kitchen remodel doesn't swallow me whole again.
Next Friday we're going for "genetic counseling." From what I understand this will consist of a counselor spending 30 minutes telling us about abortion (which we've already discussed, and we're having this baby either way), afterwards we'll get a more detailed ultrasound, and, if we feel it's needed, an amnio.
Amy1: I had stumbled upon your blog when I was searching for answers for what happens next when we got the quad screen results. Your experience made me feel better.