Felt baby kick from the outside for the first time last night <3 Can't wait to meet my Princess in September!
Today was one of the best days of my life...saw my baby's heartbeat :) 126bpm! Go baby go!
Called the Dr today, going in on Thursday (so quick!)...a little nervous about how early I am. Hopefully I'll get to book my own ultrasound and I can make it for a week or two. So nervous!
You deserve a big bear hug! The first ultrasound is done trans vaginally They found my babes heartbeat at 5w5d. I went in because i was bleeding. the ER wouldnt let me see the u/s at all so idk if it was hard to fine or not but my 8w u/s was easy to find. until 11-13 weeks its a vaginal probe u/s so it doesnt go through fatty layers the same way. be no afraid. i have hope for you! <3
You deserve a big bear hug! I am hoping the best for you. i too know how stressful the first trimester (and the second and third) can be. I have you in my thoughts and prayers. Wishing you your own little miracle baby!
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