Little, I mean big boy blue...

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Little, I mean big boy blue...
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Wed, 06-30-2010 - 10:03pm

We had our anatomy scan today and little one is doing well.

 



 



 


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Wed, 06-30-2010 - 10:41pm

Wow, he is a big boy! They estimated our little girl at about 12 oz. today and said that was about average for this age. You know I was telling DH, I wonder how accurate their weight estimates really are. Maybe they're somewhat accurate at this stage but the further you get, the less accurate they are (thus the women who get C-sections for 10 lb. babies, only to have the doc pull out a 7-pounder).

I hope the kidney issue resolves by the next ultrasound! I bet it will. Have you picked out a name for him yet?


pregnancy week by week

Melissa - 38

DH - 38

DD - Almost 2!



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Thu, 07-01-2010 - 12:13am
Their weight estimates are not close at all.
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Thu, 07-01-2010 - 8:42am

Yeah, Jen! Glad your little boy is looking good

- Tiffany

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Thu, 07-01-2010 - 11:19am

Thanks Tiffany!

 



 



 


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Thu, 07-01-2010 - 11:22am

Hey Melissa.

 



 



 


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Thu, 07-01-2010 - 12:59pm
Thanks! Well Padraig is quite unique and you can be sure he won't have 5 other little Padraigs in his classroom! If you aren't in love with it maybe you can build a cute little nickname out of it. "Ray" and "Dre" come to mind...

pregnancy week by week

Melissa - 38

DH - 38

DD - Almost 2!



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Thu, 07-01-2010 - 1:14pm
OOh, I will keep those in mind, I love nic-names!

 



 



 


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Fri, 07-02-2010 - 9:54am

Hi Jen,


I know what you mean about wanting to have no issues at all...our PAL brains make issues out of nothing anyway.

- Tiffany

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Fri, 07-02-2010 - 11:37am

Why Padraig James? I know the James part comes from his Grandfather - it was his first name.

 



 



 


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Fri, 07-02-2010 - 11:59am

I hear you on Paddy...I think that while it's probably common in Ireland, over here that could lead to some interesting playground nicknames. It also sounds feminine, like "Patty". I like PJ though. It's still cute but it sounds "normal" and boyish to American ears.

I do yoga about once a week, but it's not "prenatal" - I can take the class free through my work gym membership so that's what I do (much cheaper than a studio). I just modify for prenatal. Like when they're doing inverted poses, I'll do some core work. Yoga classes can vary a lot - some will work you pretty hard while others are more meditation oriented. You might want to observe a class, or take advantage of one of those free trial offers, before deciding to sign up. But it's mostly strength & flexibility, not cardio. And it's not high-energy like a cardio class so if you prefer that then you probably wouldn't like it. For myself I like to mix it up a bit so I do a little of everything.




Edited 7/2/2010 12:03 pm ET by pinkboxer

Melissa - 38

DH - 38

DD - Almost 2!



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