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9 weeks 4 days

We were on vacation in the Outerbanks this week, but we remembered to take our weekly photos! I even snagged a cute picture of Meg's belly! 


9 weeks 4 days...




The baby is approximately the size of Sebastian (1.25") 

Bonus pictures...notice the wild horses behind us!!!




We have our last ultrasound with RMA on Monday. We would have graduated while away, but we begged for a last visit so we could see Dr. Castlebaum one final time! 

We have our first official OB appointment September 6!

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  1. Meg's belly is the cutest and the picture of the girls with wild horses in the background - so awesome!

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