Well... much to DH and my surprise... we are having a boy!!!! We are very happy, everything looked great on the ultrasound, the baby was measuring right on track and everything looked good... we were just expecting to have another little girl, I don't know why?!? But we are very happy to be having a boy! Although I did really like the girls name we had picked out- we haven't picked a boys name, so now I have something to do!! :) Anyway... wanted to let you all know everything went well and its a boy... I did ask him about my breathing and she is sending me to a pulmanary (sp??) doctor (I think) just to make sure, be he didn't think it was my heart, possible adult on-set asthma (sp again!?) Anyway! We are very excited, I loved seeing my little guy!!
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