Thursday, October 15, 2009

Starting to think I'll go alllll the way

Just a quick update on us, but I'm 35 weeks pregnant today and holding steady! I'm now going in for twice a week NSTs and Bert has been behaving beautifully! I'm not starting to think I'll make my November 4th c-section date! Bert has a car seat, a bed, and some clothing, guess it is time to start filling in the blanks.

12 comments:

Swistle said...

OMG! This is so exciting!

Mommy Daisy said...

Yay for holding on strong!

Katy said...

Well, hooray! You are going to be soooo surprised at the end I bet. The day before Charlie was born was the day I decided that I was never going to move again.

AJU5's Mom said...

I am so glad this pregnancy is going well for you! Only a few more weeks to go, and he will be here. And think - you will probably get to avoid the NICU even this way!

CAQuincy said...

So happy for you! Not long now...!

Janet Oberholtzer said...

Found your blog recently - enjoyed the posts I read and want to read more as I have time.

Blessings to you, your girls and the new baby.

Janet

Barb said...

Very Awesome:)

desperate housewife said...

That is awesome. And may I just suggest giving us a belly shot while you're still safely preggo? Just in case? Pretty please?

Nowheymama said...

Ooh! I like DH's idea a LOT.

Ellen said...

YEAH!!!!! Feel well. I am so excited for you! Can you believe it's been a year since I first contacted you about starting a blog? You were my inspiration, Shannon.

Belinda said...

Hi Shannon,

I have 8 month old triplets and I think one of them may have cerebral palsy. While searching for answers I came across your blog. I would love to ask you some questions, if you don't mind. I couldn't find your e-mail on your blog, but mine is belindaag@yahoo.com. I would love to hear from you!

Good luck with your upcoming baby! So exciting! :)

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