Oh wow was this a difficult process! I've got helpers all over trying to guide me through conversion--mostly my mom and laura who did less guiding and more just doing (much obliged!). This pic here shows the embryo (if you get out your spectacles, you might be able to make out a "E" hovering over the embryo, if not, it's the blobby thing in the center above the large grayish tidal wave that takes up most of the page). The stuff on the right is the heartbeat (I suppose that's another duh, eh?). Apparently those dildo-type things they use to get the sonogram have speakers because we got to hear the heart beat out loud which got Eric really excited but just made me skeptical, I mean really, how do we know that's not MY heart beating??? Answer: this heart was beating 128 beats per minute, which, although not usual for me, is unlikely while calmly resting with my feet in stirrups (maybe not so unlikely actually...).
I have another pic to upload too but don't know how to add it to this same post so, as Arnold says, I'll be back (insert Austrian/Terminator accent)!