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33 Week Ultrasound

The ultrasound went well. He was moving around so much that we only got one good picture. Its a really good picture though. His kidneys are looking fine. The doctor said he is in the 50th percentile. That means he is just the right weight and length, not too big or too small. That's good to hear since I don't want to give birth to a 10 pound baby. My back has been feeling much better since I visited physical therapy. Jayne is getting much heavier though. The GD is not going as well anymore. If my numbers don't improve by my next visit, I'll be on insulin. Work is getting better and we hired a new manager. I just can't wait to give birth so that things can get back to "normal" (i.e. no GD, seeing my toes...). This is our really good picture and a sample of my scrapbooking abilities.

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Lara said…
Looks like you have an adorable little one you're waiting to meet. Good luck with the GD...that's tough.

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