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Sorry for being very MIA for the past month or so. I've been working a lot of split shifts and just dont have the energy or time to get on the internet much anymore. Recently hired a new employee so I'm hoping for less split shifts!
Little update: So far all tests and doctor visits have all been positive. Nothing seems to be wrong with Lil' Jonathan so far! Though the doctor did tell me she was worried since my breasts have been leaking so much milk and may be a sign for preterm labor. This Saturday I am going to get 3D/4D ultrasound done, so I am super excited! I'll have to remember to post some pictures later. I am getting tired of being pregnant though, especially now that Jonathan keeps on kicking my ribs that I fractured several years ago.
Nothing has really changed with the father. Did find out that it was his cousin/best friend (also MY good friend) who has been telling him not to take responsibility for the baby so they can stay at home and BS and play video games all day. What a life.
♥ Kaylee ♥
♦ Jonathan Tyler Born March 4, 2012 ♦ 7lbs 9oz 22inches ♦
♥ R.I.P Tyler Scott ♥ Aug 27, 1991 - Jan 10, 2012 ♥
This is why any time a doctor or nurse tells me anything about, well anything, I go and do some of my own research. If it all matches, ok, and if not I'll dig a little deeper. They certainly aren't infallible!
My BFFs mom told me her doctor didn't allow her to sweep, mop, or reach over her head later on in any of her pregnancies because it can cause the umbilical cord to wrap around baby's neck. Of course this is an old wives tale...though I do wish my doctor believed in it cause I hate sweeping and mopping at work haha.