Mom jokes she’s having ‘the most hideous baby ever’ after daughter gives middle finger on two scans

A mother is convinced her unborn daughter will be ‘trouble’ after the little girl flipped the middle finger not once but twice during her baby scans

And and her husband with their baby scan photos
Ang erupted over the baby scan photos

We all know kids do the funniest things, but one little girl made her parents laugh before she was even born.

Mom-to-be Ang Slater has joked her unborn daughter will be “trouble” after she was spotted swearing twice at baby scans.

As such, it has been said that she might be the “cursiest baby ever”.

Ang, from Pennsylvania, USA, went for an ultrasound last month, March 11, at 25 weeks pregnant and was stunned when her little girl made some signature hand gestures – showing the middle finger in one picture and sticking two fingers in another.

The mum-to-be recalls bursting out laughing when she was “turned out” by her little girl, saying she suspects she’ll be just like her “voluntary” and “straight to the point” mum.

Ang joked her daughter would cause “trouble”.


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She made the gesture twice


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The 33-year-old has since shared footage of the 4D baby scans, which show the tot squirming in the womb before appearing to point her middle finger directly at her mother.

Shortly after, she appeared to hold up two fingers in a similar fashion to Liam Gallagher, although Ang said it could be a “peace sign” to apologize for “turning them out” earlier.

The first-time mother believes the expressive gestures show her daughter’s sassy character and are symbolic of everything she went through while Ang had fertility treatment to get pregnant.

She said: “I could possibly have the most sultry baby ever if she does that in the womb.

“Towards the end of the ultrasound she actually flipped us on both hands at different times and at the very end she did the peace sign.

“When she put up her middle finger, I just started laughing because I have that attitude myself, so it was just really funny that I was like, ‘Oh, she’s like me, we’re in trouble.’

“I am a bit nervous. I think she will be very similar to me and that scares me a bit. I would say I’m fairly free will, blunt and straight to the point.

“I thought it was really cute that she did the peace sign.

Ang, a registered nurse, suffers from polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), a condition that affects the functioning of the ovaries, and spent a year and a half trying to get pregnant before beginning fertility treatment.

After a cycle of Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI) using medication, she became pregnant last September and can’t wait for her new arrival, who is due in June.

She added: “I was struggling to get pregnant and was undergoing fertility treatment.

“It was really difficult because you have all this excitement about the opportunity that this drug can really help you and it didn’t last that long, it only lasted four cycles, but then month after month there’s a lot of disappointment because They think ‘this could be it’.

“And then you wait two weeks after treatment to take a pregnancy test and you start having period symptoms, but they’re also the same symptoms of pregnancy, so it’s a lot of disappointment and anticipation.

“When I got the positive pregnancy test I didn’t believe it and literally took 30 tests and I still didn’t believe it, then I had two blood tests and I still didn’t believe it and honestly I still don’t believe it it.

“I feel like the middle finger and peace sign shows the character of the baby and just like everything I’ve been through.”

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