I am so sorry that I have been MIA for so long with 5 kids and trying to run two in-home based businesses it gets a little crazy around here. I am getting really excited about #6 coming soon...but nervous at the same time. I am already 2-3 cm dialated and the baby seems to be doing well, however I have to go for an u/s every week now until he is born because my fluid levels are high and not the normal high levels, I am really nervous not knowing what that means and when I question the dr he tells me it is nothing to worry about they just want to keep an eye on it...well to me if they want to keep an eye on it then it could mean that it could lead to something, am I right? Anyone experience that?
TIA for your help!
Me(34), DH(42), DD(12), DS(, DD(6), DS(3), DS(1), Blue Team EDD February 3, 2013...can't decide on name...poor kid!
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