At 18 weeks, your baby may begin to hear sounds. And that's the sweetest thing we've ever heard. Boy or girl? The truth is revealed: Your baby's genitals are developed and now visible on ultrasound. Usually between 18 and 22 weeks you'll have an anatomy scan where medical staff will count all of baby's fingers and toes, and make sure all organs and bones are growing appropriately—plus officially confirm your boy-or-girl suspicion. Wondering what to look for and ask at your anatomy ultrasound? We've got your guide to chatting it up with your doc. Trust us, that is one seriously adorable fetus.XO, TeamMotherly P.S. Need some new leggings? Don't we always? The reviews are in and we've got a list of the six leggings that can take you from pregnancy to postpartum.