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29 week OB appointment and Day 9

Today Meg and I went to the OB and saw another new doctor. She was great! She went over the results from Meg's glucose test (they were normal) and told us that Meg is not anemic (we weren't surprised to hear that!).

In terms of the leg cramps, she assured us that they are normal and suggested Meg eat more potassium (bananas and orange juice). Little does she know that Meg does both of those things every day!

Avery is doing well...healthy and growing. Her heartbeat was in the 130's.

Our next appointment is February 20th.

Now, onto Day 9!

Day 9 consisted of a black and white picture of Megan and I (from her graduation party), a chocolate candy bar (which looked like a dollar bill) that said "you're one in a billion" AND a note that said, "Pictures may be worth 1,000 words, but our love is priceless."

















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  1. Glad to hear it all went well! And that your GIRL has a heartrate in the 130s. Ours was there, too, and the midwife said that superstitious people would say that it was a boy. Happy to hear that there's still a chance for little frilly dresses in my future!

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