Thank you and we are very excited to join the Blue team. lol Right after we left the doctors appt. we went and bought him a little pair of pajamas. We are moving in a month or two so I do have to still wait to buy most of it, but I can have fun at least with a few things.View Thread
Yesterday we had our big ultrasound and everything is great. The tech kept telling us we have a very active baby. She was surprised at how much he was moving....that's the same thing my doctor had told us at our first ultrasound. I guess we will have our hands full. We are very excited to finally know. We did not care if it was a boy or girl (its our first) but it is so nice to know. Also just to know that everything is healthy and going the way it should is great.View Thread
Symptoms/Conditions: This week I pulled my Siadic nerve I think it is called. My doctor put me on bedrest for a few days but I am up and running again. I had bent over and pulled it and the pain went to my back, all the way down my leg, and into my foot. My back is still sore but much better now.
Other: Today is our big ultrasound and we get to find out what we are having. My husband and I are so excited!!!View Thread
I do not crossfit but if the doctor is saying it is ok I would say you should be fine. I was working out to P90x before I became pregnant and my doctor told me I could continue to do it as long I feel good, so I do. Just make sure you listen to your body...if you get tired make sure you take a break. Also I would say maybe just try to eat a little more so that you are still gaining a little for the baby. Remember at some point during your pregnancy you may have to stop doing it and maybe go to speed walking or something of that matter. Just listen to your body, it will tell you if it is too much. Good luck!!View Thread
1. 19w2d 2. This is our first. 3. Yes one or two more 4. greenbeans 5. We find out Monday 6. For a girl my husband came up with it a few years ago and we both loved it...for a boy we are still deciding 7. I cried and laughed so hard one time because I was tired and could not sleep.View Thread
I will let you guys now when we find out. I will be happy with either but I did grow up with 3 brothers, no sisters and my husband has 2 brothers, no sisters so a girl would be nice but if its a boy I will be just as happy. I have heard that if the heartbeat is high its a girl (I know its a old wives tale) but we will see. We are getting a fetal heart doppler that is being shipped so I will be able to see if the heart stays that high. We ordered it the other day because I had not felt the baby move in days and I was getting worried. I started feeling it again last night so I am happy. It will be nice just to be able to hear it more than once a month. Thanks!!View Thread
I am 17 weeks. It only worried me because I felt it everyday for a week and a half and then nothing. I was thought it was kinda normal since I am so early but I just wanted to ask some people who have been through it. Thank you for your response. Congrats on the girl.View Thread
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