Yesterday we went for our third ultrasound, because at the second ultrasound there was a thing that the doctor's weren't overly worried about, but, hmmm, maybe we might want to come back for a third? This is a smidge easier said then done because it's a two hour drive to the clinic (and we hadn't had a bill for the first two, so we had no idea how much this was all costing us), but we did it, because, I dunno, when doctor's use the word's "baby", "brain" and "cyst" in the same sentence it tends to freak first time parents the hell out. I don't care if the next sentence is all "not a huge concern given your earlier scans", "usually self-righting" and "some obstetrician's suspect that all babies have this at some point during their brain development"; because, believe me, the parents will have only heard the cyst part.
I've been determinedly not fretting about this for the month in between appointments, which of course means I was TOTALLY fretting about it, and it was a huge relief when it was confirmed to have sorted itself out as predicted.
So, everything's fine, there is nothing to worry about and we've got more pictures of Eva! This time our technician did those weird 4D scans where you can see an actual face, not just a cross section of her skull, and we also got to watch her have a brief bout of the hiccups. She's looking pretty cute, actually!