http://hickscountry.com/sitemap-pt-post-2014-06.xml J and I had our “20 week” doctor visit yesterday (yes, a week later) and had the anatomy scan done on little Tater girl. We haven’t seen her since our very first appointment at 9 weeks, so we were super excited, of course.
http://abrahan-pipe.com/?mimi=%D8%A3%D8%B3%D8%B9%D8%A7%D8%B1-%D9%88%D8%B3%D9%8A%D8%B7-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%81%D9%88%D8%B1%D9%83%D8%B3&3e3=86 I told J in the very beginning that I wanted him to go to the first appointment with me, but after that it was up to him if he wanted to go to any (barring any unforeseen circumstances or problems, of course) since most appointments are short, routine, and nothing he would “need” to be there for. He said he wanted to be there for any appointments where we could see her, so…this was the next one!
We basically had two appointments…one with the sonographer, then one with the doctor afterwards. For anyone who has ever had a baby or sat in on an appointment with someone for their anatomy scan, it’s not kenapa selalu rugi dalam forex quite as exciting as the first ultrasound. Because, these people are trained well and know how to identify all the little parts and to most of us, it’s just a blob on the screen. Sure, we could make our her little head, and arm and a leg, her little heartbeat, and her legs from underneath, but the individual organs and such that they measured…we weren’t seeing those the way they did. And of course our little stinker had her hands folder over her face most of the time, so we just barely got a glimpse of her little nose. The did get a pretty decent profile shot for us though, thankfully.
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Of course J and I discussed this trip way back when it was planned and he had no issue with me going, but I think now, with little Tater girl in tow, he’s a little less thrilled about me making the long trek on my own. But, I have no doubt that we will both be fine, and the trip will be so much fun! I’m excited for the concert…Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Sam Hunt, and Old Dominion at the Auburn University stadium. All awesome artists!! And, you know the foodie girls are going to eat as much good food as we can get our hands on!
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