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I'm realizing how spoiled I was. I'm so excited for everyone and getting their gender scans. Really. But very jealous too. When I was going to my specialist, I was going every two weeks. Now that I'm going to my OB I only go every 4 and she doesn't even DO ultrasounds. I got used to seeing baby every two weeks and I miss him/her. And so my next appointment isn't even until the 22nd and then we have to schedule and ultrasound and I just want to see my little baby again!!! *Sigh* It's what I get for getting spoiled early on. Should have saved some to tide me over.
On the bright side, as I was talking to my mom on the phone last night, I must have been sitting in a way that didn't make baby too happy cause I felt him/her kicking me like "Mom, lay back, I need room!!" (I told my mom that he/she was saying "Hi Mimi" though. That made my mom all happy!!)
I know the feeling I had them weekly until 13 weeks I went through withdrawal so bad that I got an elective done at 15 weeks because I couldn't wait until 18 and now I think I have to wait until like 28-32 for my next one I think I might explode got way to used to seeing this little guy every Monday.
I got to see my little one every time I went into my OB. Just went and talked with the genetics specialists and they said something about not needing to see baby now until 32 weeks. Ugh. Just when I scheduled an appt. for hubby to go with. Maybe I'll get lucky and we get another u/s since we were suppose to find out the gender next appt. but with the high risk docs they went ahead and told me the gender.