I went to the Doc yesterday. Mike was suppose to go with me, but something happened at work so he had to stay late. So off I went by myself. I go in and get weighed and I have only gained 8 tenths of a pound. Woo hoo hopefully I gain just the right amount of weight and not too much. The midwife came in to go over my blood results. Come to find out i have no immunity to measles or chicken pocks. The vaccines apparently fade away over time. But, I have had chicken pocks, so Im not sure how that works. So after I give birth I will be getting some vaccines, yay more needles. At the end I got to hear the little lemon's (about the size the baby is now) heartbeat again. Baby is still in the oven cooking away. I also ask the midwife about the H1N1 vaccine and she doesn't really know anything about it. Awesome. She said not many people do know about it because they are still battling out to see what vaccine actually gets made. I do not want this shot, from what I have read and learned about it is basically they won't be testing on pregnant people. I would be the test subject. They have claimed there will be no affects for the child at birth, but what about a year later or ten years later. So I will be praying that I do not get sick while tutoring little Kiddos. If they sneeze or cough they are sitting on the other side of the room and we will yell at each other from across the room.
*Next Appt Sept 22nd and the U/S Sept 29th!
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
So hubs and I went out to Ocala for Monday night Football since the Jags were not playing on our tv. We ended up at Gators Dockside where they serve the most amazing thing, Fried Pickles, which has always been a favorite. We are sitting there enjoying the game and it happens the most annoying loud laugh ever is coming from a few tables away. Its a table of HS boys and this one kid is laughing so loud, he laughs in the middle of his stories and he sounds like a horse laughing. Why can;t his friends tell him dont laugh so loud its quite annoying. To make matters worse the kid brought his GF on their all man-date. How rude.
Sunday, August 16, 2009
We have been waiting so long to be able to tell our family and friends our great news. So we think of this amzing way to tell our families. I bought a doggy t-shirt and some puffy paint. I turned the shirt inside out and wrote on the shirt -Future Big Brother Feb. 2010- To our amazement it took everyone, but Mike's dad a while to figure it out. Everyone at first was wondering why we were telling everyone we were getting another dog, and then the info would sink in. Everyone was super excited for us, lots of hugs, oh my gods, kisses, and really's. As predicted Mike's sister, Danielle was the most excited. She later told us she cried multiple times after we told her because her baby bro is going to be a dad.
We finally tell our friends by phone and then release the info on FaceBook for the rest of our friends to know.
Everyone finally knows and we don't have to keep this life changing event to ourselves.