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36 week photos and OB update

Today we had, yet another, routine OB appointment. The doctor told us that Meg's Strep B test came back negative (which means she won't need antibiotics during labor). She also told us that Avery's head should be able to fit through Meg's pelvis...still not quite sure how they figured that out, but whatever. Lastly, Meg had to sign a consent form saying she agrees to let them deliver Avery and administer medicine and such. Our next appointment is scheduled for Monday, April 9th.

Here are Meg's 36 week photos...Avery is the size of a Crenshaw melon. She weighs more than 6 lbs and is more than 18.5 inches long! (sidenote...the melon tasted like a cucumber...not a fan)


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