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Hello Baby!

Today our prayers were answered! For now I can breathe! 

One perfect baby! Heartbeat of 142! 


Yay!! I'm so happy things are going well!
Unknown said…
That is awesome!!
Also, your baby has an adorable yolk sac BTW.
Adriana said…
Hi, sorry if it's strange, you don't know me, I just follow your blog for inspiration for tot school and I have read about your big desire to have another baby and I just want to say that I'm so, so, so happy for you! Good things do happen eventualy! :)
oh Praise the Lord! I prayed for you this morning as I started my day, thinking about what an anxious time it can be for ANY mother getting ready for her baby's first ultrasound, much less a mommy who has waited so long for another baby! I am so excited for you, and will still be praying that everything stays strong!
Erin said…
Congratulations!! So happy for you and your family!
Haha! Thank you. The ultrasound tech warned us that everyone was going to think that was a second baby! I'm glad at least one of my friends knew what it was! But I guess as an OB your probably pretty used to pictures like these.
Syl said…
The girls said…
That's awesome! Congrats!
Anonymous said…
I don't comment much, but I've been praying for you. I've only had one miscarriage, and I can't imagine how you've been feeling. But I'm so happy you have a heartbeat and I hope things continue to go well. Congrats.
Sarah said…
YAHOO! I am so happy for you!
Anonymous said…
Been thinking about you today. SO HAPPY baby is healthy! Megan
Kira said…
Yay!! I've been waiting for you to post an update sooo happy everything is good!! Been keeping you and your family in my prayers!!

Melinda said…
SO SO happy for you guys!
Chelley N said…
To God be the glory! Hoping for a beautiful rainbow baby for you!
Great news! Congratulations!
Unknown said…
Like everyone else I was praying for you. I know I don't know you but I was so happy to see your post. I'm gonna continue to keep you and your little one in prayers.
haha love it. It's true!!
Unknown said…
Congratulations! So happy for you!
Yay! Ps. It's a girl! I'm calling it!

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