Not with either pregnancy.
We prefer to be surprised about the gender, and aside from peace of mind, don't see any big reason to do one.
We would, of course, if there was a medical indication for one.
I haven't researched all of the reasons for getting an ultrasound as much as I have researched other things.
my question is:
aside from finding out the gender & wanting to see the baby, why did you get an ultrasound?
And did it reveal any fixable medical condition?
NOTE: I'm not talking about a medically recommended ultrasound--if it was a high risk pregnancy to begin with then that is TOTALLY different. Or if your caregiver suggested it because something didn't seem quite right, then OF COURSE that's different.
I'd also like to add that just the peace of mind that seeing your baby would bring is CERTAINLY a valid reason, and I don't think that ultrasounds are bad in ANY way. I think it would be a nice way to bond with the baby. I'm asking these questions because sometimes people act like we're bad parents & endangering the baby by not getting one.