Elen7 - good luck with your FET this month. I will be praying for you especially on 2/22! This is your year! By the way, I hope You got the answer to your bleeding concern.
Schmoo- I’m so happy about your results!!! Your baby is so precious and all is fine and will continue to be fine… By the way, my twins were born on 11/20/12 at 37 weeks and 2 days.
Holding - I continue to pray for you and hold you in my thoughts. I can’t wait to hear the good news on the 19th!!! Yippee! And it’s so cute that you have morning sickness. I know, not fun, but a good sign:)
Jenn7591 - how are you? Have you delivered yet? You should be about 37/38 weeks. That’s pretty much full term! How exciting. Let us know. And yes, it’s normal to be cautious. I think I was soooo cautious I still can’t believe I was ever pregnant and my twins are almost 3 months old. I was just scared to celebrate and then have something go wrong…anyway, you will be fine.
AFM, well we had the appt with the neurosurgeon for Madison. It went pretty well. I have to say, it’s pretty much what I expected. They did a 3D scan of her head shape, analyzed her head position, and how she holds her head due to muscles being weaker on one side of her neck. So she will start on physical therapy for her neck muscle issue (torticollis) and I’m working on finding her a spot at the hospital so we can set up the evaluation and treatment. They are to call me back tomorrow with the details of the appt. as far as the head shape goes, it’s called positional plagiocephaly and it a caused by her being squished in my tummy by her sister and me. She has an offset ( or some term the doc used) of approx 18mm. We want to reduce it to less than 10. So for now she has to sleep with that shoulder raised so it turns her head the other way in hopes to help reshape her head. At 4 months we reevaluate the plagiocephaly and she will possibly need a helmet to assist in the reshaping. So for now we concentrate on her neck with PT (physical therapy). The doctor was optimistic that she will get very close to a “normal” head shape, but in due time. He said we were ahead of the game on treatment, which made me feel better.
Okay, I’ve now written a book! Lol. Anyway, both twins are doing great. I love them so much and feel so lucky to have them. I cried the other night as I held Mackenzie because I just could not belIeve she and Maddie are mine. I just never thought I would know this feeling or that I would ever be a mommy. It’s cute when I hear my hubby talking to them and he says something like, “okay, go with mommy,” or “mommy, wants you to do this or wear that…” Etc. it blows my mind that I AM MOMMY!
Good night to all…thinking of you all!