Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Happy feet

Last week, I had an ultrasound and my doctor thought I might have to go on bed rest for the rest of my pregnancy. She told me to just lay low for the week and to pretty much just rest every night after work and not to really do any walking and then she'd test me again this week. Yesterday was my test and let's just say I passed!!

I was so happy to hear that everything was ok. It's so frightening to think that now anything that could be wrong with my body could affect the baby. My body is working really hard right now and since I haven't really felt any different than before I was pregnant, I have been trying to do everything I did then too. This was a good reminder to slow it down a little and give my body a little break.

After the doctor performing the sonogram saw that everything was fine, she went to check the baby's heartbeat. That little heart was still beating as strong as ever. But she came across the cutest little thing... tiny baby feet!


Next week at 20 weeks, we get to have the anatomy scan which means they measure the different body parts. I can't wait to get to spend extra time looking at the baby and seeing all his/her little parts... well, except for one...

9 comments:

Sandra said...

That's so precious! So happy to hear you got good news!

Lacey in the City said...

Soooo sweet and precious!! So glad you and baby are safe and well. xoxoxo

Nikkiana said...

Awww! Cute little baby feet! Glad to hear that everything is okay!

Mr Moose said...

What would that be?

J9 said...
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J9 said...

Listen to me... You absolutely should put your feet up when you get home. And take it easy when you can. And enjoy when people will hold the door or offer to help you because your pregnant. And most of all nap. Nap whenever you can because once the baby arrives you won't have that luxury for a long time.

undomestic mama said...

I still can't believe you guys aren't going to find out the sex - there's no way I could do that - I'm too much of a planner. I wish I could though. So glad to hear everything's ok, bedrest would suck!

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