$49 for a 3-D Ultrasound with Scan and Photo Book with Five–Eight Images at Prenatal Peek in Durham

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Registered sonographers capture detailed images of babies in 10- to 15-minute ultrasound scans, arranging best images into a keepsake album.

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Sneak peeks make life more exciting, whether you're looking at your future baby or staring at your fiancée's ankles during the reception. Take a glance with this Groupon.

$49 for a 3-D Ultrasound with a Scan and Photo Book containing Five–Eight Images ($100 Value)

A 3-D ultrasound, recommended for the 26–34 week of pregnancy, captures hyperdetailed images of your baby during a 10- to 15-minute scan and can reveal the baby's gender if you wish to know it. Five to eight of the highest quality images from the ultrasound may be tucked into a keepsake photo book, and all of the images are available on a DVD or CD for $25 (digital images not included).

Prenatal Peek

Registered sonographers at Prenatal Peek help parents get a sneak peek at their babies with 3-D and 4-D ultrasounds. The 3-D images can be printed to show realistic glimpses of the baby. What the sonographers dub "4-D" is actually a real-time images of the baby as he or she spins, stretches, and vogues for all on-lookers. In general, staffers recommend scheduling the ultrasound between 26 and 34 weeks into pregnancy, or before 28 weeks for twins, periods at which facial features will be well developed. The team stresses that it is not a replacement for your doctor, midwife, or stork. Sessions allow up to seven visitors.

Prenatal Peek

Registered sonographers at Prenatal Peek help parents get a sneak peek at their babies with 3-D and 4-D ultrasounds. The 3-D images can be printed as snapshots that show realistic glimpses of the baby. What the sonographers dub "4-D" is actually a real-time video of the baby as he or she spins, stretches, and vogues for the camera. In general, staffers recommend scheduling the ultrasound between 26 and 34 weeks into pregnancy, or before 28 weeks for twins, periods at which facial features will be well developed. The team stresses that it is not a replacement for your doctor, midwife, or stork—it serves a function similar to that of a family photographer, capturing vivid images in a relaxed, professional setting.