Hayley (is that how you spell it? My daughter is Haelee so I never know if I spell yours right lol) ---How was your appt?
Jaime--what time tomorrow??
I have my appt tomorrow at...omg exactly 24 hours from now!!!! I know he will probably scan and I know only a few see anything more than a yolk sac at just a bit over 5 and half weeks but I hope I am a lucky one who sees some hb action..I havent seen a first hb on sono since may 30 2007(DS) so either way hoping it shows all is well for both of us tomorrow, I can't wait to hear the bpm on yours jaime, then I can make my guess of your babies sex
sheesh! i finally found you guys!
i seriously cant wait for you girls tomarrow..........im like freakiing out for you guys right now!
my appt is thursday 9am............just bloods.....ill get a scan in 2 weeks.....im nervous
I think it's a girl too and I secretly hope I'm right! Last time we heard the heartbeat it was 172 also so I'm pretty certain it's girl... Although I thought for sure my daughter was going to be a boy! Bahahahaha I'm clueless!
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