OK, so we went to our ultrasound this morning. Mainly we wanted to find out if it was twins or not.
One of the blobs is smaller than the other blob, but both blobs are beautiful and have tiny little beating blobby hearts.
Now we have 8 months to go (probably less, no way will Jen carry twins full term). Looks like we are on track for Christmas babies.
We are, of course, excited and nervous. I think our doctor is more nervous than we are... this is our ninth cycle with him, and our third pregnancy with him. He calls Jen his 'problem child'. Next ultrasound in two weeks...
Somebody send me some valium.
"He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how." -- Friedrich Nietzsche
How fucking cool is that?.....Rock & Roll, bro!!!!
It is up to YOU to educate yourself and then help your doctor plan your treatment. If you just sit down in front of your doctor and say "make me better" you are setting yourself up for a great deal of pain.
I have plenty of valium and I think I just might take one. Boy the thought of twins makes me crazy just remembering my twins pregnancy and birth not to mention raising them. I was a problem child as well. Now my twins are 23 and having babies of there own. One just called me two days ago telling me I am going to be a grandma again. I can't wait! I love them grandbabies. Oh but the thought of all that babysitting. I think I will take a valium. panic attack city. BTW Congradulations Shaun. This is wonderful news. I am very excited for you. Keep us posted on the progress.
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Ah! The foreigners put on such airs Wearing the tangerine suits And their harlequin eyes. The pain they inspire Draws in harmonica melodies And the feathers of birds Which flame up at their touch. It all comes to light in the sheer Debonair. (Ellen)