Monday, December 15, 2008

NO TWINS! :-D

Yes I know. Today I am ADDICTED with short posts. But.. so?!

So good news and bad news today. Nope, we aren't having twins (that's the good news by the way). Bad news? I am pretty sure I'm going to end up having a C-Section. Yep. It's like a 90% chance. See.. My babies are big.. and the hole they come out is tiny. It's not worth them getting stuck like Hannah did and having to pull him out by his arm.. and paralyze it. So if it starts weighing close to 8 lbs to soon...... He's coming out through the top. (I'm refering to the baby as a HE because I'm really hopeful! Not because I know) And Dr. Cook says with each pregnancy the baby gets bigger.. and this is my third...
Yeah.. I'm pretty sure that's what's going to happen.. So time to start googling info on it.

That's about it... Except we got to see it's heart beat, and get three pictures of him :-D I love Dr. Cook and his Ultrasound Machine!

Side note. Emily and Hannah are fighting.. Hannah keeps stealing Emily's green beans because hers are all done.. How did I get so lucky with veggie loving kids?!

4 comments:

Youngbergs said...

Glad you got to keep your appointment after all. I hear ya about being nervous for twins. Spencer wants twin boys. I told him he's going to have to have them then.

kaitlyn said...

congrats! c-section babies always have perfectly round heads, so that is definitely a plus (none of that squished up business). how much did hannah and emily weigh?

Daniel said...

Just be grateful you live in this time period. Prior to the 19th century C-sections were only done as a last resort and the mother rarely lived. The history behind C-section's is quite interesting.

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/exhibition/cesarean/part1.html

Alicia said...

I am so happy for you to be expecting. It is so fun to be pregnant with a group of fun girls!