Doctor- I had a perinatal appointment Friday morning. I found out the night before that Michael couldn't make it (because ALL of his meetings and phone conferences had been rescheduled from Monday/Tuesday to Friday. The headquarters of his bank is in Virginia and they canceled work due to hurricane Sandy. Bummer! But, my mom came to rescue and went with me. I was a little nervous I might pass out again.
Everything checked out great! The girls were both 15 oz and growing strong :) It is music to my ears everytime they say that!! Also, a huge praise, the placenta moved up and there's no more previa!! Thank you thank you, Lord! Thankfully, I didn't passout this time, but I could feel it coming on several different times so I rolled over and took a few breaks from laying on my back.
I used my belly as a convenient tray for the first time
This isn't really new this week, but Bryson has been SUUUUUUUUPER clingy to me. You know how your dog just "knows" when your sick and stays curled up next to you the whole time and won't leave you side? Well Bryson is my little puppy. He won't let anyone do anything for him except for me. Michael can't get him a drink of water, click his seatbelt in the car, play games with him...anything. Which has never ever been the case with Bryson. I know he loves his Daddy dearly, it's just a phase...(an exhausting phase for mommy though!)
Movement- "supposedly" the girls are supposed to sleep in the womb, right? They move SO much. Really, all day and all night I feel one or both of them. My belly rolls around and my kids can actually see it while I'm teaching. It's really funny :) But I love feeling them wiggle and roll all around!!
beginning and end :)
(can you tell that I live in pretty much the same clothes everyday?? black leggings or yoga pants and the best maternity tank top ever made--I have one in every color they make now ;) )