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7 weeks 4 days

After our last photo session I started thinking that the size of the toy should reflect the actual size of the baby.

While I love this chart I found on Pinterest...



I think the girls are confused about the size of the baby. I scoured the internet trying to find actual sizes of the characters and the only thing I could find was an image of their silhouettes in size order (it doesn't specifically say their size). 

That being said, I went rogue and searched through the girls' toys to map out the weeks. I plan to incorporate princesses and other Disney characters (not just Pixar). It's going to be great!!

At 7 weeks 4 days, our baby is slightly bigger than 0.5 inch. In our world, that translates to Cinderella's glass slipper!





It's amazing how something so small can make you so sick!!! 

Here is a video from today's ultrasound...



And our pictures..





We go back next Thursday to see some arm stumps (Dr. Castlebaum calls it the Teddy Graham phase)!

In other news, we are going to officially announce our pregnancy in October while in Disney World!! The girls are pumped. We are going to go to Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party! Meg and I are excited to celebrate our 10 year anniversary at the happiest place on Earth! 

It's going to be hard to keep it a secret for 60+ more days. Meg's pants are already getting tight. 

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