Just checking in on ya'll.
Ronda-I am so very sorry for your sad news
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Angela-While it's scary, it is also great that you've made it to graduation to your OB. I would be terrified to wean off the Xanax when you have already had trouble but hopefully lowering the dose will not cause the same problems as before. I have my fingers crossed it goes well
Babyluv-I think the b/g twins are winning out on this board so I'll just guess baby A is a boy. Congrats!!! You know I haven't had any spotting for quite a while but when I had the last u/s the tech still saw the hematoma. I don't know how long it takes to disappear but glad to hear it is going better for you.
Karen-I'm glad everything went well and that your mom is coming to help-what a relief. Are you going crazy on bed rest? Hang in there!
Natasha-Glad your beta # was so great! The money/insurance part is always so frustrating-why do we need that headache?
Katie-How is Gracie doing? I hope she took it easy on you
Stephanie-I am so sorry you are getting the run around with Andrew's leave time. Doesn't he know not to push a pregnant lady to the brink-it might bring out "psycho chick!" I hope it clears up and you get some quality time. I've been getting some fluttering but I can't wait for the big movements (I say that but I'm sure I'll regret it when they are kicking my ribs in the middle of the night and I can't sleep). You mentioned the ER-are you worried?! What came up?
Claudia-I'm so glad you got to rock the baby bump in a cute dress at the wedding. I don't think anyone would mistake yours for a baby bump-mine still goes between looking pregnant and looking bloated
Gi-How are you feeling lately? Hope things are going well!
Helene-Have things calmed down at home? I hope you are getting a chance to relax and take care of that baby!
I will try to check in before I leave on Sunday. I am going to MDA camp (muscular dystrophy) all of next week. I have volunteered there for the past 11 years and couldn't skip it this year-although my mom is freaking out that I am going while I'm pregnant. Usually I am an attendant for one camper, usually a child that uses a wheelchair,but because I am pregnant I can't keep up with the physical demand that it takes. I am going to help out with arts/crafts and supervising tasks. I will take it very easy and do what I can-I just love it and can't give it up
Take care ladies, you are in my thoughts!