I'm so excited and anxious for tomorrow! I go for a sono with the nurse. We just recently moved, so this will be my first visit to this OB's office. I just get to visit with the nurse this week, and then next week I will have my first appointment with the doctor. I'm praying all goes well and that we get to see our little "mustard seed" and hear their heartbeat!
I can't post a pic from my mobile app but our "gummy bear" as the tech put it was looking great! Measured 2 days ahead of my EDD but that wasn't enough for them to change my EDD based on my LMP, so looks like we have an Easter baby coming our way due April 23, 2014. My husband is a worship pastor, so it's kind of funny (but not funny) that we are due three days after Easter...not exactly the best time for a minister to be up in the air about his schedule, especially with cantatas and programs going on that time of year. I'm the pianist for our church orchestra, so next spring may be a bit interesting! But, God has it all planned out, so we will just enjoy the ride
Baby's heartbeat was a strong 171 BPM! They did a TON of bloodwork and medical history stuff, and I will go next week for my first appt with my dr.
The all day nausea eased up slightly today, so I'm very thankful for that and just feeling so excited and blessed to have this little life growing inside of me!
Yay!! Awesome update! I was thinkin about you today and got so excited to see your post when I got home from work! I love the nickname lol! I hope everything goes well around Easter when you two will need the extra support from the congregation. I am sure that you will find many eager hearts willing to step up and take the reins when you need it. Don't worry. *hugs*
Thanks for sharing in the excitement, guys! I was a member here in the TTC 0-12 months board when we were TTC our first and then on my baby's birth month board, and it was so neat to have the support of fellow mommas. I'm looking forward to that with this pregnancy, too-can't wait to get to know everyone better and to see our little ones grow over these next several months!