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Baby K 3.0!

You may have noticed things have ground to a halt around here. Well, there's been a good/big reason for that! 


I'm pregnant. 7w5d pregnant to be exact. Due December 10th. Given my history with recurrent pregnancy loss, being pregnant is a pretty nerve wracking thing so a lot of my normal activities have been pushed aside. 

There's also the fact that I'm on progesterone to support the pregnancy and that makes me feel like crap.


So, things are probably going to stay slow for awhile, at least until I'm out of the first trimester. I'll check in when I can! 

Comments

Amanda said…
Congratulations!!
cpcable said…
Congratulations, Nicole! What wonderful news!
Unknown said…
Take it easy, momma!
Congratulations!!! I'll say some prayers for you and your little one. :-)
MarMat said…
Congrats Nicole. H&H 9 months.
MarMat said…
Congrats Nicole. H&H 9 months.
thermalia said…
Congratulations! :)
Audrey said…
Congratulations, you and your little family are in my thoughts - stay positive! Much love xox
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