Thats pretty much how Im looking at it Baby was measuring a little small, around 9 oz so I will be having another ultrasound in October *not that Im complaining about an extra peak*. I am not too worried tho. My 3 year old is still only 29 lbs so I guess I just have little guys lol..View Thread
Went in today for the gender ultrasound and tech was pretty sure that it is a boy. So that makes 3 boys for this family lol. Baby's measurements put me at a due date of January 9th but I'm wonderin if I just have small babies. My first son was very petite and still is. As of my scan on the 31st, baby was right on with the orginal due date of December 30th.
s/c- achy hips and legs. Gotta drink more milk as doctor is pretty sure baby is stealing calcium from me. Went to the doctor on Monday and baby's heartbeat was superimposed with mine so I ended up having a quick ultrasound to track babys heart. Baby's heart rate was 146 and baby was quite active .Tried to find out sex of baby but baby was sitting on its bum not allowing anything to be shown. Feeling baby move quite a bit lately, hubby was actually able to feel it when he was "playing" with baby so that was pretty exciting. Get to go for 20 week ultrasound on the 14th. Hopefully baby will cooperate and we will be able to find out what he or she is .
other- not much else going on. Kids are getting excited to see baby on the 14th and pretty much just trying to keep them involved.View Thread
It was the longest year of my life.. The two ectopics really had my head in a spin.. Just the not knowing for so long had really gotten to me after awhile. I thought for sure I was going to handle the second one better than the first, at right after, I did but eventually it sunk in even more. I am so thankful that this pregnancy is going well and that all is healthy. Thank you guys so much <3View Thread
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