It's been a while since I posted. Life has been crazy! I am 33 weeks finally starting to show! I love my baby belly. I am now having OB appointments bi-monthly. My next one is next week. I just had an ultrasound last week to assess my previa again. Still no movement so it still looks like a c-section at 37 weeks. I will have one last ultrasound on 8/8/12 and then he will officially schedule the ultrasound on 8/13 or 8/14. It's still not what I want but I have wrapped my head around the idea. I'm excited to meet this little guy sooner rather than later! I worry about his lungs a little but hopefully all will be well.
The nursery is almost done and I have been spoiled with showers and still have 2 more to go! I can't wait until he is here because we are ready for him!
Danielle (29) DH (31) TTC since July '08. Severe MFIF. IVF 1 9/10...BFN. IVF 2 8/11-BFP m/c @ 6 weeks. FET 1 12/11-BFP! EDD 9/1/12!
Hi Danielle, Congratulations! I don't know how you made it to 33 weeks before showing -- I'm starting to show now at 18. Keep us posted on your u/s and the date for your c-section. After such a long wait, I know you are ready!
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