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All's Quiet on the Southern Front

Posted Jun 02 2009 3:56pm
Wow, it's been a long time since I've written. I don't really have much in the way of an update and work has been kicking my butt so I haven't had time to "think" really about anything else that might turn into a blog post. I'm really just keeping my head above the water. In fact, I have no business even spending 10 minutes writing this post as it's going to be a VERY long night of work. Good thing that Wednesday-Friday Glenn has a CPA convention in Atlantic City and I'm going down for some much needed R&R!

As I said, no real update. I did see the OB again last week and everything was fine with the baby. I had my first outside the body ultrasound. Truth be told, I prefer the vaginal ones. Because of my fibroids, I still don't get a great image, but, it's better from the inside than the outside. It was really weird to walk into the exam room and not strip from the waist down!

I'm working really hard on trying to believe that, from day to day, there's still a live baby down there (get it? the southern front?), but, I'll admit, it's not easy. But, I'm trying and I can't do more than that, right?

My OB is awesome! I'm not seeing the high risk docs for my first tri screening until the 11th (I'll be 13w2d) so my OB told me last week that, if I wanted to, I could come back to him again this week for another ultrasound, I could! As it turns out, because of my work schedule and going out of town I can't get there this week, but, honestly, as worried as I am and as much as I LOVE seeing that squirming baby, it will be good for me to not run back there this week.

One personal note (OK, it's my blog, so I guess they are all personal notes) to "R", who may be reading this - Glenn and I are so happy for you and "J" and look forward to sharing the next 6 months with you!!
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