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31 Weeks: Live From The Womb

July 3, 2012

Somebody was squirming too much to get a good portrait, but he is cute while he wiggles live! His arm is across his face for most of the video. My favorite part are his legs, which I feel from the outside frequently : ) Look for the smile at the end! PREVIOUS 31 WEEK POSTS […]

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30 Weeks: 3D Photos

June 29, 2012
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This week we ventured back to Inner Child Imaging for a 3D ultrasound! [Here’s my recap from our first visit to find out the sex of our baby.] I was a bit concerned about doing this “for recreation” so I asked my doctor about it and she said she would do it – no hesitation. […]

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22 Weeks: From Head To Toe

May 4, 2012
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Here are all the highlights from our anatomy scan this week! It’s quite amazing how we are able to see parts as small as a nose or fingers from the outside! I was surprised that the US started with yet another vaginal peek. This time to look at my cervix, which I believe looked normal […]

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17 Weeks: Surprise Unveiled

March 24, 2012
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If you didn’t figure it out, our secret mission to Richmond this week was for a special ultrasound! When I first heard about 3D ultrasounds, I researched them in my area, hoping to do one in the third trimester for those cool 3D photos. I was surprised to find that they’re not nearly as expensive […]

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12 Weeks: A Second Peek Inside

March 11, 2012
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After what felt like an eternity of waiting, our first official ultrasound finally arrived! This was Matt’s first time seeing the baby in person since he wasn’t able to go with me to my emergency one a month prior. I was excited to see how the baby had grown, but also very excited to see […]

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7 Weeks: A Scare With A Great Ending

March 3, 2012
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Trip to New York Week 7 started out with a fun visit to New York City!! Last week, when I was feeling so sick, I nearly canceled the trip. I couldn’t imagine a 6-hour train ride feeling nauseous nor did I want to be around a bunch of drunk college boys or greasy food. But […]

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