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Baby Shower

Last Thursday night my Sunday School class gave me a shower. WOW! I got so many nice things. Sarah Kate is set on clothes for a while now. I was overwhelmed by everyone's generosity. Steve and I are so blessed to be a part of the church that we are. The picture of me was taken right before I left for the shower. I was 33 weeks pregnant.


I went to the Dr. today. I got a good report. Everything seems to be right on track. BUT.......my feet and ankles are SOOOOOOOO swollen. The are so tight at night that I think they could pop! I took good notes at the Dr today. Sometimes I leave not knowing too much of what is going on. Today I left knowing my measurements, blood pressure, Sarah Kate's heart rate and all that kind of stuff. Sometimes you just have to ask. The Dr thinks she is going to be a little bigger than Emily was. Emily weighed 6lbs 6 oz. He is thinking Sarah Kate will be 7 something. But, it all depends on when she decides to arrive.


Comments

Kelly said…
I'm glad your appt went well! And I'm glad you posted a good belly shot! You will want to remember that!
And I'm glad she is going to be a little bigger than Emily. Emily was tiny - still is! :-)
I enjoyed your shower probably as much as you did!
Michele said…
Laurie - you look great!! I know you are looking forward to meeting your little girl...and to getting your ankles back! I remember looking down at my feet post delivery and thinking - "Oh wow! I do have feet - AND ankles - I thought they were lost forever
" ;)
The Garners said…
You look so cute!
Leigh Ann said…
I love baby showers, and you have to be the cutest pregnant girl ever.
pinkmommy said…
You look great! Really, you do.
Sara Campbell said…
Laurie, you look so cute! I am getting excited about your new little girl!!!
His Doorkeeper said…
Love your baby bump! Second babies usually weigh more for some reason. You look good and the baby will be healthy! Praying for you in your last weeks!

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