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TWW: Day 7

Today we went to RMA to check Meg's progesterone. They called this afternoon and said her results were perfect. They also said that she did not need to take supplements.

After Avery's nap we headed to Meg's parents' house. We hung out for a bit and then went to a pool party and BBQ.

At Meg's parents' house she practiced her somersaults, showed off her smile, and kissed Buttercup (Meg's parents' English Mastiff)

At the pool party, Avery splashed, sat in her float, played on the stairs, watched the big kids, and dunked on the basketball hoop. She LOVES the water.

Meg had another emotional moment today. She almost cried because the man at Lee's Hoagie House was "mean to her." She also started to complain about her boobs hurting (she said that when she was pregnant with Avery).

I'm trying not to get my hopes up because I've learned that there aren't any signs. BUT, I really think (and hope) Meg is pregnant. 


  1. Holy cow, how is it already day seven?! What a great idea to count down the days. It seems you gals have stayed busy, which I'm sure is helping. I know you don't want to get your hopes up... So we'll just be hopeful for you!

  2.'s crazy! Today is Day 8! We're getting there!

  3. I love the picture with the big dog and Avery! Lol. Looks like you girls had a blast, I like Avery's little bathing suit, too cute :)!


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