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    This Mom Got An Ultrasound And Her Baby Gave Her The Middle Finger

    That's one angry baby.

    2020 was basically one big dumpster fire, so much so that literally everyone — including those who haven't been born yet — was ready to see it end.

    Chelsea Furnival, a 23-year-old mother in South Wales, is currently 23 weeks pregnant with her second child, a girl. Recently, she was feeling an alarming amount of kicks at night, so she decided to get a 4D ultrasound. "Because I'm getting bigger and she's kicking more, I just wanted to see how much space she had...and to see her too," she said.

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    Chelsea is seen above with her partner, Adrian Witt, 40.

    Well, Chelsea was mid-sonogram, happily chatting away with her partner Adrian and the sonographer, when this image popped up on the screen:

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    "We all looked and she just had her middle finger up. We couldn't stop howling, we were literally crying. The more you look at it, the funnier it gets," Chelsea said.

    Adrian said, "It was sort of a double-take moment. I remember thinking, Is that really her middle finger?"

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    "The sonographer just stopped and zoomed in on it for us to show it was definitely her middle finger and not her little finger."

    Chelsea said, "We were still laughing all the way to the car because I just thought, How can a baby inside a womb already know how to swear? I was in hysterics. It was like 'goodbye to 2020.'"

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    In addition to getting a one-in-a-million shot, Chelsea also learned from the ultrasound she shouldn't be worried about all the kicking at night. "Everything's fine, she's just an active baby," Chelsea said. "She's a right drama queen, she's going to give me really bad attitude, I know she is."

    Chelsea's baby wasn't REALLY flipping off 2020 — she's probably warm, cozy, and blissfully unaware of all the madness going on outside the womb. Still, I think we'd agree this image could speak for all of us when we say:

    Take that, 2020!

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