Tomorrow we leave for Myrtle Beach in a vacation planned by my lovely MIL. As luck would have it, the hurricane might be there, as well. Hoping the course changes its trajectory, but I guess we will see. Most people have assured me I won't get stuck and will be on track to be home… Continue reading Babies’ First Hurricane
I'm gonna see how many references I can make to members of NWA throughout this blog's tenure. After relaxing and reclining for the morning, I met Justin at the doctor at 1:30 PM. We were taken back to the ultrasound room quickly, something for which I was very thankful. It was my first belly ultrasound… Continue reading Today Was a Good Day
12 weeks and 2 days and our babies are the size of plums. We have an appointment on Thursday to see them and I couldn't be happier! It will be our last appointment until 16 weeks, then 20 weeks before more frequent monitoring may begin again. I think Justin and I are finally starting to… Continue reading Plumble Bees 🐝
I'm going to start updating here for family and close friends. If you work with me, please do not share with anyone else at the moment. It is still very early and we have a long way to go!! Please feel free to talk to me about it in a private setting. 😘 I think… Continue reading New disclaimer!
Today, I am 8 weeks pregnant with our little kidney beans. Tomorrow at 10:00 AM, we get to go in for an ultrasound to check on them. If they both have heartbeats are are growing appropriately, the miscarriage risk is significantly diminished. I am crossing every thing I have and praying that we see and… Continue reading 8 Weeks!
We had yet another delay once arriving in Denver when getting our rental car. Apparently, there were millions of recalls, so we were supposed to sit in a five hour line. Luckily, I was not in lunatic mode any longer and had my bearings about me. I signed up for their loyalty program, told the… Continue reading Trip Recap
This morning, we woke up before 4:00 AM to depart Columbia at 6:00 to go to Estes Park, by way of Denver to meet my family for a long weekend. The airport in Columbia is tiny, with one security line. They ask you to get there an hour early in order to have time. Today,… Continue reading Placenta x 2 = Double the Hormones (otherwise known as my first breakdown)