Thursday, February 9, 2012
Likely, you are tired of hearing all about baby Avery. When you aren't expecting a baby, it kind of gets old when someone is constantly posting or talking about it. However, we have so many friends and family "rooting" for us and praying for us, I just wanted to share with you an update after my appointment today. We waited forever for the ultrasound today, but turns out, the wait was well worth it! Miraculously, today Avery was vertex and posterior, meaning she was not breech, head down and facing my back! The perfect position for labor!! I was super thrilled! The tech actually apologized about not being able to get good pictures of her face. I told her I thought it was a trade-off I'd make any day, you can't see her face because she's engaged where she needs to be! Two nights ago, the baby was making some pretty big movements but nothing that had me convinced she had flipped. She measured 6 pounds, 7 ounces today, and with the 37 week mark fast approaching, its so nice to be able to think about her being healthy and full term now! Its so wonderful to be able to start pushing the worry of a preemie baby out of your head and focus on safe delivery. In fact, the day before my water broke with Lilly, Carl took me on a four wheeler ride. Sounds like pretty brutal way to help labor along, and it was mighty uncomfortable! However, my water broke the next day and Lilly was born the day after that! So today, when we left the doctors office, Carl says, "sounds like it's time to head out the farm for a ride on the gator." I've said for so long, I want this pregnancy to last "forever" just to enjoy my last moments of this stage of my life. But now, I am finally getting uncomfortable enough to say, its time to start trying to move things along! Its so exciting to think about meeting her in just a few short weeks!! And for anyone who maybe curious, myself included, she is still a she! :) No surprise boy parts the tech assures me!!