Monday, May 26, 2008

25 weeks

The belly is getting larger. Let me know if you don't want me to continue sharing the bare belly. Although it may be good birth control for some young people. :) Getting out of bed and rolling over in bed are very difficult tasks now. 

First week of June Bill will start working from home 1 day a week. I have 9 school days left of the year. I can't believe how fast my first full year of teaching has gone. June 6th is the last day of school. I will have to go in on Monday and Tuesday of the following week, but that is ok with me. I will mostly be working on paperwork and finish packing up my room. 

We worked quite a bit in the nursery this weekend. We are sorting through our stuff and seeing what we want to keep and what we want to get rid of. We did some of this before we moved in, but at the end we just had to throw and go. 

Hope everyone is having a great spring/summer. If anyone is bored and has nothing to do, feel free to come and hang out with me this summer. I can't move very fast, but I'm still getting around. 

We love you all!!!

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Dr. Update!

I went in for my normal 24w ultrasound and check up yesterday. Both babies are looking great. I'm measuring right around 30w for a single pregnancy. William weighed in at 1lb 11oz and Rebekah at 1lb 9oz. Both were above average in weight for a single pregnancy. I guess why I have been feeling huge.

We did the FFN test and results came back negative. I'm not currently in preterm(That makes everyone happy). It pretty much means that I won't deliver in the next 2 weeks. After the two weeks, things could change. We are trusting our little ones in God's hands. We know that he has whats best for them in his plan. I can't wait to welcome our little guys. I'm so excited for August to be here.

When I was sitting on the couch last night, Bekah was moving so hard that Bill could see my belly move from across the room. We had a good laugh. :)

Thanks for all of the prayers, please continue praying for the safety of our little blessings.

Sunday, May 18, 2008

24 weeks

We have made it to 24 weeks! This past week, I have been having a bunch of contractions. I went to the dr. on Tuesday to be checked out and she had me return on Thursday to be checked again. So far, I'm not progressing. Friday through today, I have been feeling pretty good. My contractions have slowed down and feel much better. Hips still hurt and I feel huge, but that is normal :) 

I go in on Monday for a regular check up. They will be doing an ultrasound to measure the size of the babies. I will also to have a FFN test to see if this is preterm labor or not. They said that they will also do the steroid shot to help develop their lungs for whenever they make their appearance

We are praying that they stay inside for 36w. That would be August 10th. We will be pretty happy with anytime in August. 

Kaylee, looking so cute!

Sunday, May 11, 2008

23 Weeks

My normal side view.
Belly view. 
Showing it all ahhhhhhhhh!!!!!

Happy Mother's Day from Daddy, William, Rebekah and Kaylee. I have such a wonderful husband. :)

Sunday, May 04, 2008

My scrapblog!

22 Weeks

The kids are now over 11 inches tall, and their lungs are developing. They both weight about a pound. I can't believe that I'm 22 weeks pregnant today. Pregnancy has just flown by. In 6 short weeks I will be entering my 3rd trimester. Two weeks from tomorrow will be my next ultrasound and check up(24weeks). I will have another ultrasound and check up at 28 weeks, then I will start having check ups every 2 weeks, with an ultrasound every month. Before I know it I will be holding our little ones. 

Bill is in Indiana right now for work. While he was there, we recieved some great news. He has been offered a new position at the same company. This position doesn't require travel like the one he is currently in. We are so excited. He will have one more trip and then will be home for good. :)
Please excuse the clothes, I'm doing laundry and wanted to be comfortable. 
This is what my hair looks like after I've done it, not the lady at the salon. 
What do you think?