We had a doctor's appointment Friday and things went well. I had to do my glucose test, which was not too tasty! We will find out the results some time in the next week, so say a prayer that we pass that one. But the best part of the appointment was that we got to see our little Lynlee girl and boy is she precious! We could see her little feet and hands and that beautiful face! She has her Daddy's little button nose! It is a miracle how well you can see on the ultrasound these days. The ultrasound tech said that she is 2lbs 7oz! She was moving around like crazy, as usual! But it was such an amazing thing to see and it helped me get through the giving blood! I also have to have a breast ultrasound next week, which is a little scary but I felt a lump and Dr. Tonkin wants to be sure. So say a prayer about passing that test too!
We got a couple of pictures of Lynlee that I will post soon! I just keep looking at them! She really has already stolen my heart! She is the cutest thing I have ever seen! I can not wait to hold this little girl in my arms!
We got registered for our childbirth classes, which I am really excited about! It is a seven week course that will cover everything from relaxation and breathing to baby cpr and breastfeeding. I think that it is going to be a great way for Michael and I to get ready for Lynlee and to get to know other parents going through the same things we are!
I will post Lynlee's pictures soon and I am also excited that this is the last week of school!!!
Weeks 25-28 (month 6): Eggplant
Let your spouse put an ear to your belly -- he might be able to pick up baby's heartbeat (no stethoscope required). Inside the womb, the formation of tiny capillaries is giving baby a healthy pink glow. Baby's also soaking up your antibodies, getting the immune system ready for life outside the womb. Eyes are forming, and baby will soon perfect the blink -- perfect for batting those freshly grown lashes.