6 week ultrasound & the longest three days of my life

sorry for the delay in updating, but it’s been a crazy week.  we went in tuesday morning to see pignut again, and we weren’t disappointed.  we saw the fetal pole and the heartbeat!  R had a hard time making it out on the small screen facing me, so he went around to check out the high def version, the lucky guy.

and then wednesday, i was up in the middle of the night to chaperone 225 eighth graders in washington, dc for three days.  it was completely exhausting (i think i got 10 hours sleep total while i was gone), and a complete clusterfuck (for example, a kid found an empty fifth of brandy between two of the bus seats), but i had a bus full of pretty awesome kids, and chaperoned with some really cool people, including my bff.  it was really nice getting to know the kids better, although i wish it had happened more than three weeks before they graduate from the middle school.

the best part of the trip – no nausea!  i think it was just that i was too focused on not screwing everything up to notice, but i felt pretty good most of the time.  of course, then spent about 18 hours sleeping yesterday!

so that’s about all that’s been going on in our neck of the woods.  we’ll go back in the see pignut on wednesday, and i think i need to start looking at OBs soon.  i really love my clinic though – can’t i just stay?

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