I've just finished catching up on your journal, my goodness what a journey you have been on!! Many huge huge congrats mama, how exciting!!! I am so happy for you! I relate so well to the anxiety I have it as well esp. during pregnancy, dark chocolate, rescue remedy, even a benedryl will help calm you down a bit. Will you be going back on the meds once your in your 4th month? Or do you try and stay off during the entire pregnancy?
Congrats again mama, how wonderful!!!
My NT scan is in the morning. I am so nervous for it. A girl on another board I'm on is younger than me, and she just had a really bad result- they told her that it probably wasn't Down's that her baby had, but Trisomy 13 or Trisomy 18. It just kind of threw me for a loop. So if you all could send me some thoughts and prayers at about 9:45 tomorrow, I'd really appreciate it. I'll update tomorrow.
sending you vibes for great results.
God gave Joseph his sister Juliet on November 19th, 2010.
Back from my NT scan- I cannot believe how much the baby looked like a baby! So crazy. The measurements all look ok, and we'll know for sure about our risk in a few days when the blood results are back. She said she didn't expect to see anything wrong with them. The baby kept putting it's hands up by it's face and kicking it's legs. At one point, she wanted to get a better shot of the spine and jiggled my belly, trying to get it to move. That kiddo wasn't moving! Definitely my stubborn child. I am so relieved to see that it looks like the baby is ok.
She also said that if she had to guess, she'd say it's a girl and that she definitely doesn't see anything that leads her to believe it's a boy. I guess we'll know for sure in a few weeks.
I'll post some pictures once I get my name edited out.
I'm so glad that you got to see your bean again.
Dh is really squeamish and he cut the cord for both kids. I don't think that it is something he would miss. I would be mad if Dh was pacing the halls instead of letting me squeeze the life out of his hand
That's a great pic Angela. Were they able to tell if it's a boy or a girl?
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