Some parents take plaster handprints from their babies, while others commission caricature portraits at the boardwalk. For a growing number of Estonian and Japanese women, though, the growing trend for documenting infancy is to get 3D printed sculptures . . . of their fetuses. While it's a sweet and relatively affordable way to remember your pregnancy, we have to admit that we're a little creeped out by the finished product. Watch to learn all about these increasingly popular sculptures, which doctors say could have positive impacts on prenatal medical procedures. Would you get one?