Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Graduation Day & 10 Weeks!

Today is a big day. I am getting released from the RE after four years of treatment the day has finally come! My u/s is at 3:30 and hoping that the hoppers are still growing and being rockstars :) My symptoms are about the same as they have been since 5 weeks. Mainly indigestion and insomnia. No sickness and I actually still have energy (which I credit to 20mg of prednisone daily). I haven't weighed in a few weeks. In all honesty the weight issue isn't a big concern for me . I am eating great and drinking lots of water. I should be getting my doppler later this week. My husband is going to Arkansas to visit his family over the weekend. I couldn't think of a sweeter gift for our anniversary (which is Thursday)  then to send a video showing our little hoppers and their strong heartbeats. Okay getting ahead of myself just a little. Lets make it through today. Fingers crossed graduation day and also 10 weeks. I officially hit double digits!


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  1. Yay! Fingers crossed for growing Hoppers, a shrinking SCH and nothing but happiness today!

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    1. A shrinking sch would definitely be a cherry on top! I am tired of wearing grandma pads everywhere :)

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  2. Congrats on making it to 10 weeks! Best of luck today on a super healthy u/s!

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  3. Congrats!! I'm still so stinking excited for you!! Happy early anniversary as well.

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    1. Thank you. With everything going on, I didn't even get my hubby an anniversary gift :)

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  4. YAY!!! Congrats on 10wks!! HUGE milestone! This is going to be THE BEST anniversary yet! <3 <3 <3

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  5. SO EXCITING!!! Doppler on it's way!

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    1. yay! I feel like it is Christmas :)

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  6. yay for double digits! This felt epic to me. Congrats!

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    1. I agree. This is a huge milestone!

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  7. Congrats! What a huge day for you!! Hoping for healthy hoppers with strong heartbeats.

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  8. Yay! Congrats! Double digits whoo hoo!

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