Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Ready to find out what those babies are?????

It's a BOY


&


another BOY!!

Our Level II U/S went great today! The U/S Tech & the Peri said that things couldn't look better. The boy's look great & my cervix is nice & long. The Peri said she doesn't need to see me anymore, that my regular OB can handle things from now on being that she doesn't see one problem & doesn't consider me high risk. She said the radiology department at my OB's office with handle all of the growth U/S's from now on, but she will always be there if something should come up. We got a ton of great pictures, so as soon as I can figure out how to make the scanned pictures look good I will post them. I will post more details on the U/S tomorrow, but for now I have to get to work!!

Have a great day!!!

12 comments:

Heather said...

That's awesome! They're going to be best friends!

How are doing with everything else? Feeling a little more calm yet? Feeling the babies move? Showing? I wish you'd post more often; I still check every day!

Love ya!

Heather

Sunny said...

WONDERFUL news!!!!

Kelly in MO said...

Little boys!! That is cool - I was scared to have a boy, until my son Mason came along 5 yrs ago. Do you have any names in mind? I have been checking for another update...hope to see you posting more. The little guys are getting big!!

Katie said...

Congratulations!

Stephanie said...

oh, wow! Boys rock!!

How about some belly pictures? You have got to be growing.

Rebecca said...

That is SO GREAT! Congratulations on your news!

Hopeful Mother said...

Just caught up with your news... CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

Carol said...

awww. I've been away way too long! Congratulations!!! Twins are so awesome - you're going to have so much fun.

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kjslover said...

I believe if I had read your blog a little over 4 months ago I would have thought your story was really sad. Know that I am reading it, I know how heart wrenching it is. You posted a comment on February 27th about your sonogram and I can't help but thinking that is the last day I was able to spend with my son. I too took clomid and was lucky enough to become pregnant. Everything was going so well until that fateful day...my husband and I were celebrating our 7th wedding anniversary. We went to bed early and I woke at 3:15am with stomach cramps. I tried using the bathroom and I felt this huge gush....I feel stupid now to not even know that was a possibility. I carried my sweet angel exactly 22 weeks and 2 days before he was born. He was born on February 28th and not a day has gone by that I haven't cried thinking of his little body and his huge heart! I'm so sorry that you are having difficulties! I wish you all of the luck in the world and know that you won't take your babies for granted for one second!

Stephanie said...

Hey Jen,

I just thougth I would check in on your blog and noticed that you have gone MIA. I hope everything is okay. Did I miss a move to a new blog? Let me know how you are.
steph

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