She's good! Moving a lot more lately, of course, now that she's big and it's uncomfortable, haha! I go next week to find out when my growth U/S will be (probably around the 19th, at 36 weeks) and after my U/S I'll get to find out my c-section date and exactly when she'll be here! Are you going to try delivering vaginally?
Goodluck. My next appointment is on the 20th, they'll be measuring the length of my cervix to see if I'll be delivering on schedule. Baby A is head down & Baby B is transverse so I've decided to just do the csection in case Baby B wants to be complicated. It's scheduled for Jan. 9th.
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