I really liked my OB. She was to the point and almost a little sarcastic, which works with my personality, but she was really nice. She has twins and another baby, and she assured me that one at a time is the way to go. :) It was a pretty quick appointment, because I didn't really have any questions and I'd already had most of the bloodwork and exams they wanted to run done at the fertility doctor. I don't go back until Sept. 21 (how will I make it that long!?!?) ;) for the nuchal translucency scan and follow-up at the dr after that.
So, that's it for now. I'm pretty tired, but other than that, still feeling good. No nausea or anything, but I am having some weird food aversions - for example, I cannot eat grilled chicken (even Zoe's, which is my fave... ugh, makes me want to gag), but I ate an order of grilled squid in all of its tentacly glory and it was delicious. Explain that one. And, I really just want to eat carbs most of the time. Oh well! Trying to stay somewhat active to make up for it, but I definitely need to kick it up a notch. My belly is already expanding (some days moreso than others), and I think it's carbs as much as it is uterus! lol
Thank you all for your prayers and support. While we're sad for the demise of Baby B, we've prayed (and prayed and prayed and prayed) for a healthy baby, so we are certainly more than comforted that we have one little bean that is looking good so far, and that's all we can ask for.
|It's a baby!|
|Growing uterus or the result of Matt's birthday dinner from the night before? Perhaps both.|