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I have been on disability since March 2013. (Long that warrants a separate blog) I started a new job two weeks ago. I'm still teaching 5th grade and so far I love it. I'm still having health issues so it has been a HUGE transition (physically and emotionally)

That being said, I wanted to give you a quick update. Meg and I went to our 7 week ultrasound. 

Everything looked great.

Meg had to go to the 8 week appointment by herself (because I started work) The picture isn't great, but she said she was able to see the baby's arms and legs. 

The doctor called later that day to say we "graduated."

Meg is now a little over 10 weeks pregnant. She still feels pretty crappy. On a more positive note, she can feel the baby jiggle and has started showing.

It's funny how different the second pregnancy is! I feel like it's going so fast! 

Oh! When we ask Avery where the baby is, she lifts up Meg's shirt, points to her belly and either kisses it or searches for gold in Meg's belly button! It's cute!

Can't wait to start taking weekly pictures for real! 


  1. Yay, so happy to read an update from you girls.

    I've been reading along for a while now and finally I am pregnant myself. I have my 6 week scan this weekend.

    Thinking about blogging myself.

    Marina from UK


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