Wednesday, June 16, 2010

One more month...


Less than a month left. Add Image

It's hard to believe the time has passed so quickly. I can't believe we found out that we were going to be parents three months ago. And now, we have only one month left


not even one...

In fact, at the end of next week, A will be 37 weeks pregnant, which is considered full term.

We could truly be parents even sooner.

She is scheduled for a C-Section on July 13th. We are planning to leave on July 12th, unless we get called earlier. She has partial placenta previa, just like with her last pregnancy. Last time, she began to hemorrhage at around 36 weeks and had to be rushed to the hospital for an emergency C-Section. We are praying that doesn't happen to her this time. If she does go into labor early, we hope that it's nothing dramatic, just some water breaking and a simple trip to the hospital.


We are working on the nursery. It will be finished soon. We've put up a cute wall sticker with birds and children swinging from a tree. We purchased the crib (it's been delivered) and the bedding (also delivered... but different from what I originally posted about. We chose one with birds). Now, we just have to remove my desk, move the cats' belongings to another room, and put together the baby furniture. I would like to have it finished this week, just incase we get the call earlier than the 13th.

I will post some pictures as soon as we have it finished.


Wow... One more month... I can hardly contain my excitement.


Rachel said...

27 days or less?!? That's awesome! I can't wait to see pictures of the nursery!

Jacksmom said...

That's great news. What is the plan for when you leave-does A want you at the hospital, or will you just be waiting until the baby is born and then go visit? Can't wait to see pics of the nursery! Do you have a name picked out?

Stephanie said...

We do have a name picked out... stay tuned to find out what it is.


A wants us at the hospital, but is not sure about me being in the OR right now. We plan to head out a day early and be there for the birth. If she goes into labor early though, we will probably miss the birth and arrive at the hospital after.