Moms-To-Be Are Now Using Their Sonograms To Create One-Of-A-Kind Nail Art

In today’s day and age, there are many creative ways to celebrate every moment of our life, and this is just one of the many trends we’ve seen so far.

When you’re expecting, there’s nothing like seeing your L.O. on an ultrasound monitor. The experience can be incredibly joyful, and getting that first photo of your baby is a huge milestone. For years, moms-to-be and women who have suffered pregnancy losses have paid tribute to their babies by wearing their ultrasound images in lockets or other jewelry, but some women are now turning to nail art as a way to express their love.

Some expectant moms are getting ultrasound nail art for sex reveal parties, baby showers, or similar events. Others are using the trend as a way to honor children who have passed. For instance, a woman named Sara who suffered a miscarriage in 2017 took to Instagram to share her manicure, featuring an early ultrasound photo.

Here, the most heartwarming, stunning sonogram-inspired nail art we’ve seen.

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This manicure has been a long time coming. After three years and numerous fertility treatments, my hubby and I finally conceived in April. On May 30, my heart was broken when I found out my baby was no longer living and growing, and he was taken from me the next day. I lost all inspiration as I struggled with the grief. I learned how to love him and his brief life and move forward with renewed hope. I love you jelly bean, and seeing you on my nails makes me smile ❤️ #miscarriage #pregnancyloss #infertility #pregnancyandinfantlossawarenessmonth #onceamotheralwaysamother #angelbaby #ihaveasoninheaven #ultrasound #sonogram #sonogramnails #ultrasoundnails #nailart #idomyownnails #freehandnailart #nailfie #instanails #suckitjamberry

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As sonogram nails become more popular, more and more nail artists are learning how to create the intricate images on their clients’ fingernails.

The photos have made their way around Instagram and Facebook, and commenters have been quick to leave their thoughts.

Some people loved the idea while some others think that’s a little too much

But there are many parents loving to celebrate their pregnancy in this stylish way

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1+1=4 🙊💕 Som flera av er säkert redan har misstänkt så ligger det en liten bebis i min mage. Inte bara en har vi fått reda på, utan TVÅ! 🙊 Vi väntar tvillingar!! 👶🏻👶🏻💕 Jag vet inte än hur länge min kropp kommer orka jobba, men jag är beräknad 21 december (tvillingar kommer ofta runt 1 månad för tidigt). Första steget är att jag inte längre regelbundet kommer att jobba till 20-23 på kvällarna, utan se till att hålla mig (så gott det går) runt 18.00 när jag egentligen ska vara klar för dagen. Detta kommer göra att möjligheten till sena eftermiddagstider kommer att minska. Så småningom kommer jag med största sannolikhet även att behöva minska med någon dag i veckan, så se till att vara ute i god tid för att få en tid som passar! Så länge jag och bebisarna mår bra och så länge kroppen orkar så kommer jag att jobba på, men hälsan och våra barn går i första hand, så om kroppen säger stopp så måste jag lyssna. Det gör att ju längre fram i höst vi kommer, desto större är risken att jag kan behöva boka om eller avboka helt. Hoppas på eran förståelse! 💕

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This manicure has been a long time coming. After three years and numerous fertility treatments, my hubby and I finally conceived in April. On May 30, my heart was broken when I found out my baby was no longer living and growing, and he was taken from me the next day. I lost all inspiration as I struggled with the grief. I learned how to love him and his brief life and move forward with renewed hope. I love you jelly bean, and seeing you on my nails makes me smile ❤️ #miscarriage #pregnancyloss #infertility #pregnancyandinfantlossawarenessmonth #onceamotheralwaysamother #angelbaby #ihaveasoninheaven #ultrasound #sonogram #sonogramnails #ultrasoundnails #nailart #idomyownnails #freehandnailart #nailfie #instanails #suckitjamberry

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